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Why do I have to give out my SS#?
asked by Raymond V. on 10/22/16
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Definitely a scam, they are not listed on the The Mastercard Compliant Service Provider List of which anyone can view and download directly from Mastercard https://www.mastercard.us/en-us/merchants/safety-security/security-recommendations/service-providers-need-to-know.html

If Payoneer is legit why isn't it on the list like Paypal and alllll the other legit companies? It is because they are NOT legit and they are a scam!
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As at today March 16th 2018 at 10:03am EST time, that I just checked, PAYONEER IS NOT ON THE Mastercard compliant Service Provider List. And they are asking for my social security card which I think is suspicious
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As of Feb 11, 2018 Payoneer is not on the list. Look for yourself, don't anyone else's word for it.
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As I suspected earlier these bastards are using everyone else's money ,investing & earning interest. Anyother scenario could be that they are short on cash & trying to manage it by not approving genuine transactions. or just delaying them as much as possible.
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Payoneer is on the list. I just checked.
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