When I received my first payment from Chitika some years ago, it was paid directly into my PayPal account. Unfortunately, PayPal is no longer supported as Chitika payment method. Payoneer is now the default and only payment processor for Chitika. If Payoneer is not an option for you (for whatever reason) to receive your Chitika earnings, unfortunately you will not be able to use Chitika ads to monetize your websites.
Payoneer allows you to get your funds quickly, securely and at reduced cost to more than 200 countries and regions in over 150 currencies. You are given the flexibility of choosing how to receive your funds, by the method that best suits you. With Payoneer, you can receive disbursements of your Chitika earnings into your Payoneer account and transfer them to your local bank in your local currency.
After setting up the Payoneer payment method, your Chitika account needs to accumulate the minimum amount of $50.00 before a Payoneer payment is sent.
Payments are processed on a ‘Net 30’ schedule. This means, if you sign up on January 9th and accumulate a minimum of $50.00 by January 30th, you will receive your payment at the end of February (if the balance has cleared the minimum payment amount).
To ensure a timely & hassle-free receipt of payment, please make sure you have setup the Payoneer account and it is showing as “Active” in your Chitika Payment Settings.
How Do I Setup Payoneer Chitika Payment Method?
Sign in to your Chitika account, visit the “Payment Settings” page and click on the “Set Up” button. This will take you to the Payoneer site where you can select the options to receive your money.
When I set up mine, I selected the option of adding new bank account to my Payoneer account and followed the prompts. I added my GTBank dom account and
it was approved by Payoneer.
So, if you are a blogger and you are looking for a way or website to fund your Payoneer account, sign up for Chitika here and link in to your Payoneer account.
If you don’t have a Payoneer account, you can click here to sign up now.