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    Adigsm is offline Junior Member
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    Re: payoneer.com - WorldWide Scam

    hello @Payoneer Rep

    i have a payonner account and about 400 usd in my account ...my money

    i never make a payment ..only i transfer from my paypal account this money into my payonner account ! only this

    i make 3 transfers ...i have confirmation from paypal and from payonner - after transfer money i check and money was in my payonner account

    after this i don't use my account for about 3-4 months and now when i try log in i receive message "Account Block!"

    i try contact on chat, after on email ...Nobody give me any explanation

    i just want to recover my money..becouse i work hard for this

    Wait your answer and give me someone contact can help me

    Thank you

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    NikSam is offline AntiCon Artist
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    Re: payoneer.com - WorldWide Scam

    @Payoneer Rep

    I give you another +1 point for cutting off "Achieve Community" ponzi from your services.

    You should do more, there are plenty within your users.
    And maybe your relaxed treatment for MLM scams must be reviewed too (you in fact welcome them)

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    mcveggiE is offline Junior Member
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    Re: payoneer.com - WorldWide Scam

    Quote Originally Posted by laurisb22 View Post
    Dear everyone, who is doing business around the world using paypal, using 99designs, or other busines, witch is including online banking.
    I want to inform you about the company payoneer.com witch is issuing MasterCard debit cards, and offering people to use it worldwide.
    But as actual situation stands, underneath this "respectable" company is online scams.
    As i am the one of the many who is in this situation i want to warn everyone about them. At the beginning iv'e registered at this company, so i would be able do my online business in ebay.com and aliexpress.com . As i was recieving 30-35$ per some time, i was sending them to payoneer debit card, and there was no problems at all. At one point i recieved refund 300 $ from aliexpress.com for purchase that i made. And i figured that i won't buy anything, but better off will send it to my card, to buy some tools for my business. Iv'e send the money to payoneer card using paypal as usual for the last 6 months. And here it STARTED, as soon they recieved the money, they put it on PENDING APPROVAL (WTF? My money and they need to approve something? REALLY?) Then, i was writing them, calling them and asking, what is going on, and what is the problem? They pointed my nose in to terms and conditions, and not explaining anything at all. 3 days later when i asked again, what is going on, they did not answer any thing and 3 seconds later i recieved that my transfer is canceled and the money will be send back to sender. LOL. OK. But the money never got back to sender. So iv'e searched internet and found the people who have lost 1400$, another 600$, another 460$. So it appears that this is a system that this company is stealing money. And the person who is waiting for 1400$ havent recieved it for 6 months.
    SO BE AWARE - THIS IS A SCAM, NEVER DO BUSINESS WITH THEM
    Quote Originally Posted by laurisb22 View Post
    At the moment there is case opened with MasterCard.Inc, and there is paperwork done, to go to court, and to NyPD, as i am not from U.S. I have turned to embasy of US. And there will be check on this situation with U.S. Internal Affairs. If there is any other people, who have this kind of situation, please contact me. And we will put this scam to an end.
    Thank you
    Hi did you ever got your money back? Just curious. We recently make a payment through payoneer using our credit card. At first all the credit card decline the charge finally one went through. It stay pending now got an email from payoneer stating that it has been refunded today.

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    Sheedal is offline Junior Member
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    Re: payoneer.com - WorldWide Scam

    Quote Originally Posted by NOTassmokey View Post
    I received my Payoneer last month and I loaded few days ago using OKPay. With a mere $80.
    First they took their annual fee THEN locked the card claiming that the source of the funds is unknown asking for documents to prove the purchase.
    After providing screenshots of my OKPay account and the actual credit card withdrawal transaction, they replied, quoting their staff "I understand the funds are coming from OKPay.com, however this company is a payment company, and the funds didn't originate at OKPay, but came from a third party."
    Still haven't unlocked my card, I submitted screenshots of my Payza and Paypal of all my transactions. I have no freaking idea what they want, a 100% legit company would have taken their fee AFTER the verification of the source.
    I know this is an old thread & post but after researching online, I found a lot of users on different sites & forums complaining about Payoneer and I don't know why. So to investigate the issue, I found an amazing article called Payoneer Review published on BloggingScout.com where everything is mentioned why users are complaining about Payoneer.

    Please let me know if this clarify the issue.
    Last edited by shipdit; Yesterday at 09:30 PM. Reason: disable spammer link identified by nuk_1 in click-bait deceptive post

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    nuk_1 is offline Member
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    Re: payoneer.com - WorldWide Scam

    Quote Originally Posted by Sheedal View Post
    I know this is an old thread & post but after researching online, I found a lot of users on different sites & forums complaining about Payoneer and I don't know why. So to investigate the issue, I found an amazing article called Payoneer Review published on BloggingScout.com where everything is mentioned why users are complaining about Payoneer.

    Please let me know if this clarify the issue.
    The "amazing article" you found is an affiliate ad for Payoneer, which I am guessing you are likely the author of. Thanks for the spam!

    NUK

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