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Payoneer!

Discussion in 'Making Money' started by LostKing, Jul 7, 2014.

  1. LostKing

    LostKing Registered Member

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    Hey I have a question about Payoneer!
    So I have Payoneer mastercard, and I`m not living USA, but in Europe, how big is fee is I want to take money out of my Payoneer account in my country from ATM ?
    I`ve hear it`s like 3% is that right ?
     
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    M4XW3LL Senior Member

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    • Consolidate your ATM usage by withdrawing the maximum allowed by your Payoneer card and the ATM. For example, a $3.00 fee on a $100 withdrawal costs 3% of your hard-earned cash. A $250 withdrawal would only cost you 1.2%
     
  4. tomsko

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    There was only 3.15$ for withdrawing maximum of 1k$. I think most ATMs wont let you withdraw more anyways.
    There might be other fees added by the bank whos ATM you are using though. Just call a few local banks and ask what would the fee be.
    From where I live at least 2 banks dont add anything on top of those 3.15$.

    Checking balance - 1$, declined withdraw (if you dont have enough) - 1$
     
  5. LostKing

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    Ok, thank you for youre answer!
     
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    E=MC² Junior Member

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    And you're talking just about the payoneer fee, don't forget that some ATMs also have fees when it comes to using a card issued somewhere else.
     
  7. tomsko

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    Haha sucks to live in Malaysia then :D
    I'm paying only 3.15$ for any withdraw
     
  8. LostKing

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    I have euro curency in my country, but all my Payoneer money is in USD!
     
  9. tomsko

    tomsko Regular Member

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    Doesn't matter. Its using default MasterCard exchange, you can check it somewhere online.
    basically how I do it is I just google my balance (let's say 250 usd to eur) which gives me approx of 180 euros. I would withdraw 170 then. The exchange course is hard to follow so just leave 10-20 euros just in case.
     
  10. LostKing

    LostKing Registered Member

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    Thanks for the tip!
     
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    Oukast Senior Member

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    Same deal in Thailand: $5.5 ATM fee, $2.15 + up to 3% Payoneer fee.

    When I take my usual 30k ($925) I don't even think about it, otherwise it'd make me angry.



    I do it like this as well, correct enough and very fast.
     
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