Has anyone ever withdrawn $5k or so via PayPal? If so, what were the fees applied by PayPal? I am asking because I have 3 withdrawal options right now (bank transfer, Payoneer and PayPal), and PayPal seems to be the cheapest one as it doesn't apply any fee. PayPal never charged me when I withdrawn amounts usually below $300, will this change if I am withdrawing more?
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Hi Samuel E,
I have no experince of paypal, But I want to advise you to use payoneer, i am already using it, it is the cheapest from three option, Transfer To Bank Account is free, if it is the same currency (USD), then conversion is also free, other wise only 2% will be chargedI above mid market rate at the time of conversion to different currency only. I am puting here the payoner link here.that will help you in ceating your account:
**Edited for Community Guidelines**
you will need the following information in the required fields, while creating you payoneer account>
1. Your bank account #,
2. Your bank branch code,
3. your bank IBN,
4.your bank swift code,
5. your NIC,
6. your email address,
Please let me know, if u need any help regarding payoneer account,
Of course you do. You are trying to earn money with your referral link... Sneaky. REALLY sneaky..
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Thank you Akhtar for the advice. Payoneer is in fact not good as it applies some very low conversion rates of their choosing, not them but MasterCard in global, and the 2% fees.
As for Upwork bank transfer, I've consuled a friend who uses it, same thing confirmed, their conversion rates are low as well.
But with PayPal I can withdraw to my local bank using the rates provided by the bureau of exchange which are fair, and additionally only a 0.125% fee.
Thanks everyone! 🙂