20 comments

  1. Melissa

    Hi Janica, I configured my amazon and payoneer account 2 months ago, just like the way you explain it. I should already have received a payment in March but received nothing. I contacted amazon support and they are saying that payment with payoneer are not possible.
    Is this method still working ? Could you please guide me ? Thanks

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hello Melissa, good morning 🙂 Yes I still use payoneer for amazon it still works. Can you check your email if there is a transaction from amazon that they transferred money to payoneer? Let me know

      1. Melissa

        Hi Janica
        Thanks for confirming this information. Unfortunately I haven’t received any emails telling me about a transaction. However, I see on my amazon affialiates account, payment history, that I should have received 2 payments (in february and march). Therefore, I have an unpaid balance.
        Do you know whether this is normal or should I do something else ?

        1. Ben Rei

          Hello Melissa, sorry to get back to you late. By the way, Amazon pays their associates every two months. So in your case, your earnings last February will be paid on April and your earnings last March will be paid on May. You also need to have $10 earnings minimum so they can pay you. If for example, your balance is less than $10 that will be accumulated until you reach the threshold. Let me know if you have more questions 🙂

          1. Melissa

            Hi Janica and Ben,

            I wanted to thank you for your advice and information. And to let you know that I received my Amazon payment thanks to Payoneer ! I am really happy that it works! Your article is great!!

          2. Janica Khemlani

            Hey Melissa! Yehey! Happy it’s all good in your end. 🙂

  2. Leonilyn

    Hello Janica, signed up with payoneer and on my way of updating my amazon payment method. is this safe? read somewhere that this can cause account termination with amazon. How long have you been using this method? Thanks..

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hi Leonilyn, happy new year! I’ve been using Payoneer for almost a year now and it’s been amazing. I haven’t encountered any issues.

      1. Leonilyn

        Oh… thank you for the info.. Will push thru with my application..

        1. Ben Rei

          Hello Leonilyn, how was your application? Did everything go smoothly? 🙂

          1. Leonilyn

            Hi Ben, I had success with my application and withdrawal. The withdrawal took 4 days all in all from Amazon to Payoneer to my Local Bank..

  3. Rene Dev

    Hello again Nica & Ben,

    I was about to sign up to Payoneer, but I was prompted to chose between Payoneer Card and Local Bank transfer,

    So before I sign up, I’d like to ask you which one do you suggest.

    Should I go with the Payoneer Card or the Local Bank Account option?

    I’m not sure which one will be more suitable for me, I’m from Mexico and I want to use this not only for Amazon affiliate program, but also for payments from freelance work.

    So please help me make up my mind on which option should I choose.

    Thank you.

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hey Rene! Happy New Year!!! 🙂 I suggest you choose Local Bank Transfer.

      1. Rene Dev

        Happy new year to you too!

        Okay, is that what you are currently using?

        If that’s what you suggest, then I’d go with that option as well.

        Thank you!

  4. Rene Dev

    Hello Nica & Ben,

    thank you for providing this step by step tutorial.

    However, I have the following concerns.

    Amazon needs 3 details: 1) Payment details, 2) Tax details and 3) Address.

    Now, even if you provide US payment details using Payoneer, how will you provide the remaining 2 — Taxation and Local US address? it clearly says “only for US based affiliates”?

    As you’ve said you got the payment using this method, what information did you actually provide. Do you have US Taxation details and the local Address?

    1. Janica Khemlani

      Hi Rene, good morning from here! 🙂 With regards to your question – when you sign up to your amazon affiliate account there will be a prompt (upper portion) that says you need to complete your tax info.

      Go ahead and fill that up and for taxes there are some countries that are not bound to this (example is PH). Add your exact address details so Amazon can check – don’t worry as long as you provide the right info you’ll be OK.

      Let me know if you need more details 🙂

      1. Rene Dev

        Good day Janica, thank you for your promptly reply.

        So its fine if I put my local address even if its not from the US?

        I’m from south America so I obviously don’t have US address.

        Also, is this still working? I read that payoneer is no longer doing direct deposit for Amazon affiliate program:

        http://community.payoneer.com/en/discussion/33251/receiving-payment-from-amazon-associates-uk

        Can you confirm if you are still receiving payments from payoneer through direct deposit?

        Thank you so much for taking your time and posting this step by step tutorial.

        I really like your blog 🙂

        1. Janica Khemlani

          Hello Rene, sorry for a bit late reply. Yep it’s fine to put your local address. I’ve checked my account and I’ve received payments from Amazon. I think the link below pertains to Amazon UK. Thank you so much – it’s means a lot to us that you liked our blog! <3

  5. Rene Dev

    Hello Nica & Ben,

    thank you for providing this step by step tutorial, very insightful and helpful.

    However, I have the following concerns.

    Amazon needs 3 details: 1) Payment details, 2) Tax details and 3) Address.

    Now, even if you provide US payment details using Payoneer, how will you provide the remaining 2 — Taxation and Local US address? As Yoyesh Khetani has highlighted, it clearly says “only for US based affiliates”?

    As you’ve said you got the payment using this method, what information did you actually provide. Do you have US Taxation details and the local Address?

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