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Payoneer in syria or any other option

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by nomansohail, Jul 4, 2016.

  1. nomansohail

    nomansohail Jr. VIP Jr. VIP

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    Hey guys, i am trying to help out a friend in syria earn some money for himself, Do you know if payoneer accepts syria or not if not are there any other options to have a bank account outside syria and accept payments that way?

    p.s i have already sent an email to payoneer regarding this but i am waiting for a reply so i thought i should ask it here plus other options there might be, thanks for your replies.
     
  2. nomansohail

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    help anyone? Please? I have found out that they dont accept syria so any other option?
     
  3. Coingrabber

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    Bitcoins would be a 100% working option.
     
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    how about you creating a payoneer account, get a card and send it to him.
     
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    Payza seems support syria.
     
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    The medieval cheque method is an option i guess, depending on the kind of job he does. If he works for a company, it should work..
    If he works for an individual or doing freelancing, Western Union is another option.
    Or if he has/can open a bank account, wire transfer is an option too.
    You can take a look at Transferwise as well, i think it supports Syria, although he will need a bank account in this case too, it just has lower fees than a regular wire transfer.
     
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    i am syrian but i live in the UAE, i signed up as from the UAE and nothing went wrong!
     
  8. nomansohail

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    I never understood how bitcoin works and i dont think he knows what bitcoin even is so i think it might be a little difficult for me to explain it to him unless you would be kind enough to put it in simpler words.


    That wouldnt be the best, if he was family, then yes but he is just a friend and then that card could get into wrong hands and i might end up getting screwed lol


    Thank you very much, ive told him and he will try to sign up with them, lets hope it goes through :)

    Yeah but he is trying to do freelancing which doesnt work really well with WU or wire transfer, if you work with fiverr, or elance or odesk or any other like that unless i dont know better.

    Yeah i contacted payoneer and they said if he lives out of syria and has a residence permit of the place he can get a card.

    Thank you guys very much for your help but i need a viable option where he can get payments for freelancing online and then transfer them to his bank account in syria
     
  9. Coingrabber

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    I'm also not very familiar with BTC in general. But I know that you can work with it worldwide, transferring the money in BTC and maybe using for some BTC services or BTC payout companies in Syria (?) could be an option.
     
  10. dangerboy121

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    try neteller or skrill.
    best regards
     
  11. nomansohail

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    Thank you guys for your responses, but i am still looking for some ways, It would really help him if he could just do some freelance work and get paid that way! I think he is a graduate in computer science. If anyone here is willing to hire him as a VA or to do anything and pay by WU or wire transfer that would be awesome or if you know some way that he can get paid for his services online on sites like fiverr or even from creating his own site and ranking it.

    Also the problem with Bitcoin is that no everyone pays with it!
     
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