It’s hard to believe, but the holidays are here. At Fiverr we’re always looking out for ways to make them not only more enjoyable, but more productive, and we know that saving money is essential in both those cases. So we’ve partnered with a payment provider, Payoneer, to offer you a unique payment option this holiday season any user can avail $50 bonus from Fiverr and $25 bonus from Payoneer. So, Grand total BONUS $75 which is not bad in the festival season.
If you’re unfamiliar, Payoneer is a payment provider that offers low-cost and flexible payment solutions. When you decide how to receive your earnings from Fiverr, you have the option to select Payoneer. But why Payoneer instead of other payment solutions? If you sign up to use Payoneer as your payment method on Fiverr, you’ll receive $50 holiday bonus to spend on Fiverr.com! And the benefits don’t stop there. Take a look below for more:
1.Greater Flexibility: Choose to receive your funds in a way that best suits you.
2.Faster Payments: Receive your funds quickly to your chosen payment method.
3. Lower Fees: Avoid excessive transfer and conversion fees.
Your Payment Options
Bank Transfers: This option allows you to get paid in your local currency, avoid excessive transfer and conversion fees, and receive funds directly to your local bank account, in as quickly as one business day.
Prepaid MasterCard® Card: Use this card for multiple low-cost, secure ways to access your funds in minutes. You can withdraw cash from ATMs supporting MasterCard®, spend your funds in stores or online, and even transfer funds from your card to your local bank account. Plus, your funds are available on your card within minutes.
What are you waiting for? To get going, follow the steps below:
1. Sign in to Fiverr and click on Revenues within “Selling.”
2. Then pick either Direct Deposit or Fiverr Revenue card, and choose Payoneer.
3. Follow the registration flow and start getting paid!
Note: Indian users can not use master card due to some technical problems with RBI but they can accept payment directly to their own bank account in Indian Rupees.
Have any questions? The folks at Payoneer are happy to help at Help center