Because you need to go through a Payoneer partner to apply for a card, an implicit requirement is that you have to have an (online) activity that generates money. For example, if you are a computer programmer, you could sign up with a freelancing service to earn money and if you have a popular website or blog, you could sell links and reviews and get paid for that…

This is quite obvious because Payoneer has no interest in people that do not earn anything because they would never be able to load money on their card and pay the fees. However, you shouldn’t worry much about that as there are so many ways to make money online (and so many partners) that you will ultimately find something that suits your skills.

Unlike most Payment solutions, Payoneer is available to almost anyone from any country on the globe. YES, you read it right, anyone from any country can have a Payoneer MasterCard card. The only countries that are currently excluded are Iran, Syria and North Korea for obvious political reasons.

This universal availability is a major advantage for Payoneer over its competitors like Paypal that are restricting access to a few countries thus excluding thousands of online workers from around the world (India, Pakistan, Malaysia, Africa…).

The last thing you have to look at when considering Payoneer, is age. If you are over 18 years old, you can qualify for the program with no restrictions. If your age is between 13 and 18 years, you will have to be authorized by your parents to be able to apply for the card.

That’s about all! As you can see, it is quite easy to access the system.

Now that you see that you can qualify for a Prepaid Payoneer MasterCard card, you can follow our step by step application tutorial to get you started within minutes.

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