Last Updated on June 14, 2022
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Fiverr provides you with 3 options to withdraw money:
- Paypal (Not available in Pakistan)
- Bank Transfer
- Fiverr Revenue Card
Both Bank Transfer and Fiverr Revenue Card options are linked to Payoneer. So, you need to have a Payoneer account to withdraw money from Fiverr.
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In this 18th article of the FREE Fiverr Series, we are going to discuss the step-by-step process to connect the Fiverr account with an existing Payoneer account. Let’s start!
Steps to Connect Fiverr with Payoneer Account in 2022
If you already have a Payoneer account, there’s no need to create a new one. You can connect your existing Payoneer account with Fiverr by following some simple steps.
Here are the steps that you need to follow:
Log in to your Fiverr account.
Go to the Earnings section.
Click Bank Transfer or Fiverr Revenue Card option as per your choice.
Here I have clicked Bank Transfer.
You’ll receive a notification from Fiverr to check your email.
Open the email you got from Fiverr. You’ll see a “click here” link. Click this link.
Once you click the link, it will ask you to enter your Payoneer email and password.
Once you successfully enter the details, you’ll get a confirmation message stating that your Fiverr account is now linked to your Payoneer account.
In order to confirm that your Fiverr account is successfully linked to Payoneer, sign to Payoneer.
Go to Activity -> Funding Sources.
If Fiverr is mentioned here, that means your Payoneer account is successfully linked to Fiverr.
Now, you can easily withdraw money from Fiverr with just one click.
So Knowers, this is how easy it is to connect your Fiverr account with your existing Payoneer account.
I hope you found this guide helpful. If you still have any confusion related to this topic, do let me know in the comments below. 🙂