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How to Transfer Money between Moneybookers, Payoneer & Paypal

Updated on November 27, 2014

How to Transfer Money between Moneybookers, Payoneer & Paypal


Online money transactions are fun indeed since they ease the heavy load of money transfer. Wire transfers are almost becoming a thing of the 20th century since online money transfers have proved to be fast, easy and cheap to operate. There is a lot of online money transfer services found in the world. In this hub, you will learn the best and only “to the best of the author’s knowledge” legitimate way that won’t raise eyebrows.

So you are trapped in a money transfer thing between Moneybookers, Payoneer or Paypal? You want to send or receive money from a person using one of the mentioned 3 online money transfer services but just don’t know how. Here is an easy way out for you. For many freelancers around the world Freelancer.com is not a new thing. This site is one of the largest freelance sites in the world. It deals in outsource business for more than 300 different fields. To expert and veteran freelancers online, this site is like a gym for those newbie freelancers or “new comers.”

Well you are not here to learn about freelancing but how to transfer money across 3 different online money transfer services. Freelancer.com works within the 3 mentioned money transfer services. All you have to do is signup on their site and create a profile plus enter a few details about you then wallah!! You are good to go.

Please note that it takes a period of 15 days for new freelancers to get their first transactions approved. Once approved you will be free to transfer any amount you wish twice a week for regular freelancers and anytime for Gold members who are awarded more privileges above others. You can create fake projects on the site and award them to anyone so as to avert the attention off your money transfers.

Note that the transactions are tracked and checked out by the site’s security department so making suspicious transfers might get your freelance account suspended or even closed for good. Freelance.com is not a banking institution so be careful once there. Do not be in “super hurry” since they will get suspicious of you.

To enjoy money transactions on freelancer.com with no worry, simply tell the recipient of the money to signup for freelance then create a project (it’s free for the first time and $5 onwards) and award to the recipient once they have bid on it. Now make payments to them and they will be able to withdraw either through Payoneer, Paypal or Moneybookers.

For those countries that are “locked out” of online transfers like India, Nigeria e.t.c. There is hope for you to receive money through freelancer.com. There is a new service on freencer.com that allows wire transfers for such services. This means that you can transfer money from your freelance account directly to your Bank Account. It’s up to you and how well you can manage avoiding detection.

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The author is not liable for any mis-happenings or loses that you might incur in the process. It’s your own choice to try out the service suggested. If you are wise, you will be able to make many money transfers through the site. Please comment if you have a better idea or just want to show concern. Remember to share too.

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      faizan 

      3 years ago

      The method described here is ILLEGAL and freelancer.com wIll CLOSE the account of the user who will do this method and he will LOSE his money.You can see the Payment code of conduct here:https://www.freelancer.com/info/codeofconduct.php

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      Sulayman Wanambisi 

      4 years ago from Nairobi, Kenya

      I will be posting shortly. Thanks for your comment even though i am a brother

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      Hafeez Rasheed 

      4 years ago

      sister tell how can i received fund in my payoneer account ?

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