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Paxum or Payoneer? (Getting Paid With Crak Rev)

Discussion in 'BlackHat Lounge' started by WhiteBoi360, Aug 17, 2016.

  1. WhiteBoi360

    WhiteBoi360 Regular Member

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    I've been with CrakRevenue for a few years now and when I was making a few thousand bucks per month at first I was getting paid via Payoneer and I didn't like it as I think the only way to get money from Payoneer to my actual US bank account was to take money out at ATMs and there was a limit each day for that so it would take a couple days to get a couple of thousand out.

    So I started doing Paxum and that's fine and all when you make a few grand a month but when you only make a couple hundred bucks a month the fees are a bit annoying.

    CrakRev already charges you $2 to get paid and Paxum charges $5 on top of that for a withdrawl that takes almost 3 weeks for me to even receive a check.

    So I'm getting annoyed with the $84 of fees each year just to receive my money then I have to pay taxes on top of that..

    Is there any good way to get paid from Crak in the States?
     
  2. HoNeYBiRD

    HoNeYBiRD Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    You can withdraw money from Payoneer to your bank account, you don't necessarily have to use an ATM to get the money out. The daily cash withdrawal limit still stands for the card, but it's not applicable when you withdraw to your bank account of course.
     
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  3. WhiteBoi360

    WhiteBoi360 Regular Member

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    Hmm and how/where do you access that feature? I haven't used Payoneer in forever but I know I logged in a couple of months ago and could not find that withdrawal option anywhere on there. Guess I'll login again now and see if I can find it.

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    Both are great, but if you endure any issues - do NEVER rely on Payoneer.

    Their customer service is the worst in the entire world I've ever seen - and I've seen many. Got a suit running as we speak against them due the negligence - so do the math :).
     
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    Well, i'm not sure how long it's possible to withdraw to a bank account, but the feature is clearly there now. You just need to add your bank account, they approve it and you'll be able to withdraw to it after that.

    Interesting. I'm using their service since the beginning of 2008. I've never had a single issue neither with their service, nor with their support, if anything, they just got better and faster with time.
    But i also remember others mentioning their support being bad, which i didn't experience fortunately.
     
  6. WhiteBoi360

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    I'm thinking I can't see the option to transfer to bank account because I don't have any money in my Payoneer account? I was just making sure it was/is possible before I try them out again because I'm pretty sure last I used them there was no option what so ever to transfer to bank

    And I'm also not seeing an option to add my bank account either.. Maybe I should just contact them I have no idea at this point.