16 thoughts on “How to withdraw from PayPal in Nigeria as PayPal reject Payoneer card”

    1. Hello Caleb Ihechi,
      There are no means to send money from PayPal abroad to Nigeria bank account, if that is your question. Or put it this way, there is no means to receive PayPal funds in Nigeria as of today.

  1. Pls help me.i want to do freelance writing.i require a paypal account and i also prefer dollar xchangers rather than payooner.what do i need to do

  2. Greetings!

    I’m a Nigerian located in Nigeria.
    I have an active payoneer account with funds in it

    Pls how do I cash out the funds in my Payoneer Account, since I’m not able to transfer it into my Nigerian local bank Account, & Nigerian Atm’s doesn’t seem to recognise Payoneer mastercard to release any cash

    I have NO active PayPal account whatsoever. PayPal is worthless! Because they can only help you spend’ while refusing to help you receive or cash out what you make.

    Pls How do I cash out my funds earned in my Payoneer Account at this time Jan’ 2017

    Help please’ any one with information, kindly p.m me on the add below

    Ndubuisi Austine 10 at g mail dot com. (no space)

    Thanks

    1. If u send the funds to me via paypaI or direct into a u.s account i give u. I can withdraw and send directly to u in nigeria. I’ll want a percentage in return. I can assure u ur money will be sent to u. No scam.

  3. Hello!

    I’m a YouTuber in Nigeria and I have a US PayPal Account to be receiving my YouTube income. I would like to Partner with you so I can be able to exchange the Dollar for Naira into my personal Nigerian bank account.

  4. I actually have a USA Paypal account that I have been using along with the USA bank Auction Essistance set up for me. They have been allowing me to withdraw using their bank and from there, they would load my Payoneer. They charge a fee depending on how much you bring in a month, but for me it is easy and safe.

    So far so good.

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