How can I get paid if my country/currency is not supported?

Many Insiders choose to use Payoneer to transfer funds to their local currencies. It's safe, trusted and reliable. 

If you are an Insider living in a country that is not supported by Vayable's payment processor, you can set up an account with Payoneer that allows you to get paid in your local currency. This is how you do it: 


1.  Sign up for a Payoneer account
  • Go to  http://www.payoneer.com/uspservice.aspx 
  • Click the red button to sign up for an account with Payoneer
  • Make sure you click on the Bank account button and not the Debit Card button

The sign-up process is easy, just fill out a four-step form and then validate your identity with a passport or photo ID.



Once you sign-up successfully, you will receive an email with your bank account information OR if you signed up for a card, there is a waiting period, about a week and then they send you a prepaid card.
Bank Name:
First Century Bank
Routing (ABA):
**********
Account Number:
8*********
Account Type:
CHECKING


2.  Add your bank details to Payout settings on Vayable here: https://www.vayable.com/payout_settings

You can also find Payment Settings in your dropdown menu: 


Enter the bank information Payoneer provided you.  Make sure to select U.S. as the country.

When everything is complete your page should look like this:



For compliance reasons, the payment system may requires a couple more verification details now that you have a bank account.

You need to add in your birthday and a US address at 
https://www.vayable.com/payout_settings

You can use Payoneer's address or email their support for the bank's 
physical US address. Payoneer's address is below:

150 West 30th Street, Suite 500 
New York, NY 10001

Discussion on Payoneer's site - 
http://community.payoneer.com/en/discussion/13686/a-us-company-requires-bank-address-for-ach-payoneer-refuses-to-share

After entering your verification details, wait a minute and reload the page to see if the payment system requires any more information (usually 
doesn't). 

If it asks for the last 4 digits of your "Legal Entity Tax ID," please enter your 
use your National Identity Number or Fiscal Identity Number (NiF).  If that does not work, some Insiders have found this blog post helpful: https://medium.com/@IsAlmog/hacking-strip-payments-to-use-in-any-country-886a7cafb690#.dvajjz49g 

Your payment will continue processing at 10am PST the next day. 

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