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Payment methods available and their restrictions

Please note some payment exceptions apply according to your selected payment method and country location. If you reside in one of the countries below, we are unable to pay you using the selected payment method.

BitCoin (Worldwide) – Conditions to meet:

  • Individual identity verified 

Paypal restrictions (countries accepted) :

  • Australia
  • Canada
  • France
  • Germany
  • Hong Kong
  • United Kingdom
  • United States of America

Wire restrictions (countries not accepted) :

  • Cuba
  • Iran
  • North Korea
  • Syria
  • Venezuela

**Some banks don’t accept Wire transfers from Canada, paid in USD, so take the time to verify your bank’s terms before selecting this payment method.

**Transfers going to accounts listed under Royal Bank of Canada and JP Morgan cannot be completed at this time

Paxum (countries not accepted):

(Click here for Paxum’s customer support)

  • Countries under UN trading embargo or OFAC sanctions
  • Cuba
  • Iran
  • Iraq
  • Libya
  • N. Korea
  • Burma (Myanmar)
  • Liberia
  • Sudan
  • Syria
  • Zimbabwe
  • Rwanda

ACH restrictions (METHOD ON HOLD**)

Below are the countries and currencies available for ACH payment:

Country Currency
Australia AUD
Austria EUR
Belgium EUR
Bulgaria EUR
Canada* CAD or USD (bank account currency must match)
Croatia EUR
Cyprus EUR
Czech Republic EUR
Denmark EUR
Estonia EUR
Finland EUR
France EUR
Germany EUR
Greece EUR
Hong Kong HKD
Hungary EUR
Iceland EUR
Ireland EUR
Italy EUR
Latvia EUR
Liechtenstein EUR
Lithuania EUR
Luxembourg EUR
Malta EUR
Monaco EUR
Netherlands EUR
New Zealand NZD
Norway (EUR) EUR or NOK (bank account currency must match)
Poland EUR
Portugal EUR
Romania EUR
San Marino EUR
Singapore SGD
Slovakia EUR
Slovenia EUR
Spain EUR
Sweden EUR
Switzerland EUR
United Kingdom EUR or GBP (bank account currency must match)
United States USD

*Special note for payments going to Canada:
If your bank’s institution number only has 3 digits, please add a 0 at the beginning to meet the 9 digits requirement (e.g., 0XXX XXXXX).

IMPORTANT: Any transfer to accounts ultimately linked to Payoneer, or First Century accounts will be returned. As well, transfers going to accounts listed under Royal Bank of Canada and JP Morgan cannot be completed at this time

It’s also important to note that Wire exceptions are regularly changing. Please contact your financial institution to ask about their own restrictions before selecting one of them. Here are some questions to ask:

Do you accept transfers coming from a Canadian bank?

Do you accept USD?

ePay Service Restrictions: 

Available in most countries, except for:
Congo, Democratic Republic
Ivory Coast
North Korea
Palestinian Territory, Occupied
South Sudan
Syrian Arab Republic

*In addition, accounts cannot be opened to users from any of these regions, if the account holder cannot confirm residence elsewhere:
Crimea, Russia
Donetskaya/Luganskaya districts, Ukraine
Pridnestrovie, Moldova.

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The actual payment may, or may not, occur on the scheduled payment date, depending on the method.

Here is an approximation, for each of our payment methods:

ACH: For Canada/US*, Up to 1 business day, or more. Other countries, 1 – 10 business days
Bitcoin: Usually same day
– Usually same day, up to 48h (2 business days)
Paxum: Usually same day, up to 48h (2 business days)
PayPal: Usually same day
Wire: 1 – 10 business days,

You can always check out this article for more information on payments.

Just remember these do not reflect additional delays that may be caused due to unforeseen circumstances otherwise out of our control, as a result of, but not limited to, local laws, bank processing standards, additional verification, shipping times, local holidays, server status, and check shipping times.

Weekend payments: Since payments are done manually, we will try to get payments done on the day listed on your dashboard! If the 15th/last day of the month falls on a weekend, it is important, however, to keep in mind that even though we will try to pay on the Friday before a weekend payment date, payments may only be done as per the regular schedule, on the following Monday

*Any transfer to accounts ultimately linked to Payoneer accounts will be returnedAdditional delays may apply. To avoid these delays, we suggest a new payment method or ACH account be added immediately, if possible.

Is your e-wallet, banking information, or address, listed under someone else’s name? Your best bet would be to check with that individual. They may know more than we do since it’s their account we’re talking about! Remember we cannot be responsible for the funds following the completion of a payment, especially if the account is for someone else.

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