Make Payoneer earning withdrawal option. please
Posted: Wednesday, June 06, 2018 8:17:15 PM
Hi, few days ago I was shocked that Paypal limited my account and said I could no longer use my Paypal account to send and receive, and even withdraw. This frustrated me as they were not specific to what violation I committed. Just like any other, their paypal accounts were suspended and they have totally no idea. And this is a big problem for me.

I hope Zazzle would consider Payoneer as another withdrawal option aside from paypal anc check. Payoneer is growing and I've been using it for years and it's easy to use and too convenient for me.. I can directly withdraw my fund via atm rather than withdraw my fund from paypal to my bank and needs to wait for 3 days.

I am not sure how many of you have the same problem in paypal... and I hope that Zazzle would consider integrating Payoneer.
Posted: Thursday, June 07, 2018 5:53:55 AM
Not likely to be adding other options beyond PayPal. But I'll note the feedback and forward it to the relevant team. Thanks.
Posted: Thursday, June 07, 2018 6:35:53 AM
It would be really great to have an option besides PayPal and check. PayPal did something similar to me many years ago, and I have not used them since. I usually request payment through check here, but other deposit options would be great. Smile
Posted: Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:28:47 PM
I agree. My PayPal is currently fine, but I have heard about horror stories about innocent people losing their accounts for no valid reason.

The fact that the check option is available, is the main reason that I chose to make Zazzle my primary POD. It would terrify me to think I could lose my income if the PayPal gods frowned on me.

Another online payment option, my choice would be direct deposit, would be much appreciated.
Posted: Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:32:30 PM
Agreed about direct deposit... cuts out the middle man. I never understood why this isn't an option.

But I've not *yet* had a problem w/Paypal
Posted: Thursday, June 07, 2018 7:32:59 PM
Emerson Design Company wrote:
I agree. My PayPal is currently fine, but I have heard about horror stories about innocent people losing their accounts for no valid reason.

The fact that the check option is available, is the main reason that I chose to make Zazzle my primary POD. It would terrify me to think I could lose my income if the PayPal gods frowned on me.

Another online payment option, my choice would be direct deposit, would be much appreciated.


my choice would also be direct deposit.
Posted: Friday, June 08, 2018 3:03:01 AM
I agree with direct deposit option, but if it doesn't cost anything. On some online platforms, transferring money to a bank account is as much as 25 dollars (!), while on others it's free. So an alternate way of withdrawal would be nice but it should be free or close to free. I am fine with my PayPal yet and I've never heard an account can be suspended / frozen, and it's not a good thing to know about a system most of my income comes through. Direct deposit would be a great addition, though probably too overwhelming for such a big company.
Posted: Tuesday, November 13, 2018 9:03:18 PM
I am a member since 2009. I have been requesting for Payoneer since 2015 and it seems like it's all in vain. I have stopped uploading on zazzle since February 2018, as I can not withdraw my funds. Paypal is not available in my country. I used to request checks but now banks have stopped accepting foreign checks as they have moved to paperless banking.
Payoneer is a great payment option. It would be great if zazzle provides that option.
Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 12:56:19 PM
Yes, Payoneer would be so great! I also use Skrill without any problems. I don't really trust PayPal anymore, and checks are not accepted in my country. Scary that I could lose all my POD income in a sec. Maybe I should diversify.
Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 4:57:10 PM
I had a little glitch with Paypal recently and could only transfer about $30 at at time to my bank account. Left it for about two weeks and tried again and magicly it was back to normal. Missed out on some interest from the bank! So it would be great to have an alternate to turn too! Jilly
Posted: Wednesday, November 14, 2018 8:07:25 PM
WittyBetty wrote:
Direct deposit would be a great addition, though probably too overwhelming for such a big company.


Amazon pays by direct deposit and so does RedBubble Smile Doesn't seem like it would be that difficult. Just another payment method.
Posted: Thursday, December 06, 2018 11:06:57 PM
Another 1+ for payoneer option.

Paypal is not available in my country. Checks missing sometimes Sad . I have some past experience with another site.
Posted: Friday, December 07, 2018 2:58:44 AM
WittyBetty wrote:
I agree with direct deposit option, but if it doesn't cost anything. On some online platforms, transferring money to a bank account is as much as 25 dollars (!), while on others it's free. So an alternate way of withdrawal would be nice but it should be free or close to free. I am fine with my PayPal yet and I've never heard an account can be suspended / frozen, and it's not a good thing to know about a system most of my income comes through. Direct deposit would be a great addition, though probably too overwhelming for such a big company.


+1 JMHO but checks should not be an option without a substantial fee. Payments to Paypal are completely electronic but checks require employee involvement to varying degrees. Having dealt with various online venues requiring transfer of funds getting a check costs anywhere from $15.00 up.

But I've also been faced with the dissolution of a company that owed me funds that were only payed by check and I was SOL. The company went bankrupt leaving no funds for payees.


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