How to buy Online without your ATM cards in Nigeria "Payoneer MasterCard" - NAIJA INFORMATION

December 29, 2015

How to buy Online without your ATM cards in Nigeria "Payoneer MasterCard"

I make up this post because I know most of us are still confused with the recent announcements made on restrictions on our beloved ATM cards aboard and online. 

For those still confused let me explain more, few days ago a new Policy has been pass by Deposit Money bank to stop all customers from using their payment cards, popularly known as Automated Teller Machine cards, for dollar-denominated transactions when they travel abroad with effect from January 1, 2016. So with this bank customers will not be able to buy from foreign e-commerce sites like ebay, AliExpress, gearbest and amazon nor use the card aboard.
How to buy Online without your ATM cards in Nigeria "Payoneer MasterCard"

Today there is another super unique card I’ll really want to share with us, everybody should have this if you want to operate successfully online come 2016; it’s called Payoneer.


Payoneer is a universal credit card for paying and buying online and comes free for anyone who wants to use it. You can use this card to pay for any kind of goods online. One the benefits of this card is that it is free and you don’t need to pay a dime for it to be delivered to your doorstep.


How Long Does It Take To Be Processed?

Payoneer Mastercard only takes 3weeks before it gets to your house address.


What is Their Requirement?
  • A scanned copy of your valid ID card like National ID/international passport/Drivers license.
  • A recent passport and you are done.


Who Needs This Payooner Master Card?


Everyone that needs to continue shopping from e-commerce sites like ebay, AliExpress, gearbest and amazon nor wish to renew your domain name or pay for anything aboard this Payooner Master Card is just what you need.


Where Can I Sign up?

Sign up from here and have your card delivered to your door step without paying a dime. 

Ask any questions if you're still confused

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