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If you're self-employed, the best way to manage the submission and reception of payments is by downloading Payoneer for Android phones and tablets


Send and receive payments with this app aimed at professionals

June 30, 2020
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When talking about online payments, one service immediately springs to mind: PayPal. But, isn't there anything else out there? Of course, there is. And a very decent alternative is this Payoneer, an online payment supplier that allows us to send and receive payments to and from companies and markets in different countries all over the world.

Payoneer is the PayPal for professionals.

We have to bear in mind that there's a major difference between Payoneer and PayPal: this service is aimed at commercial payments, invoices, and currency conversions. In fact, its target audience is business owners, professionals, self-employed, and product and service markets.

Simple solutions to apparently complicated problems

The idea behind Payoneer is to offer direct payment solutions aimed at professionals. Just imagine that you have to hire your staff outside the EU or your country of origin: with Payoneer you can pay their wages and control the submission and reception of money on behalf of your company or professional activity outside your country's borders.

The company works with loads of different businesses and sectors: e-commerce, advertising, photography, rentals... To name just a few examples, it works with Amazon, Fiverr, Airbnb, and Upwork.

The following are the main features of this software:

  • Exchange currency to and from American dollars, euros, and pounds.
  • Possibility to control your money transactions.
  • Possibility to send, cancel or request payments.

Requirements and additional information:

  • Minimum operating system requirements: Android 4.4
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