Payoneer: What You Need BEFORE You Publish On Amazon


You’ve finished your book, and had it edited 7 proofread by your friends/family/writer’s group/a professional editor.

Your manuscript is at its very best quality.

You’re SO close to realising your publishing dream!

You’re SO eager just to jump in and get that darn book PUBLISHED!!

Okay, slow down. There’s still a few steps to take before publishing! Sorry, but they must be done!

The first item on the list: Create a Payoneer account. This is important if you are a non-US citizen and do not have an existing American bank account.

Using Amazon’s online publishing tools (CreateSpace/Kindle Direct Publishing) require you to have an American bank account to receive payments.

This was the point at which my brain was ready to break.

But never fear! Payoneer is here!

Payoneer is the best way to be paid by Amazon if you are a non-US citizen and you don’t have an existing American bank account. Payoneer will send you a keycard in the mail, which you can use at the ATM like any other bank card. You can also transfer funds from your Payoneer account to your other bank accounts.

Click HERE to get your Payoneer account started. It is a very easy process!

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