If you use Payoneer (PayPal’s bitter rival), you should check out how you can fund your Payoneer card in Nigeria.
This is essential, as you can unlock the huge potential that the card has, and allow it to do more things for you.
Things like making and receiving payments would become easier in an instant when you start to add funds to your Payoneer card from your local accounts here in Nigeria.
The good thing is that it is a really easy procedure, and you will be finding out in this post soon.
Like I have hinted earlier, all you really want to do is,
add funds to your Payoneer card from your pre-existing bank account in Nigeria.
And to do that, you first need to log in to your Payoneer account.
navigate your way to the Receive Payment tab and then click on My US Payment Service Profile tab.
Under that tab, you’d see all your US Payment Service Profile details,
which includes the Bank name, Routing, Account Type, and Account Number.
Take this information to your bank’s branch manager, and have him/her know that you wish to fund your Payoneer account with the details which you request from the bank.
They’d most likely need to know the amount you’re dealing with,
so you tell them.
Your bank would process it for you, and that’s within 10 to 20 minutes.
The moment the deposit has been processed within that time, it would show up on your Payoneer card.
How to Fund Your Payoneer Card in Nigeria means you can use it for purchases and other things an electronic card can do.
Meet with your bank branch’s manager,
and they’d see to it that the procedure is done within some hours.
However, keep in mind that it is only an activated Payoneer card that is eligible for funding from a local account.
If you haven’t activated the Payoneer card,
kindly do so before trying to fund it.