Now withdraw Your Fiverr Revenue Directly to Your Bank Account

Fiverr is an ultimate resource to buy or sell almost anything for as low as 5$. Here you can sell your skills or ideas with the niches including graphic, video, social marketing, travel, writing, advertising, programming, business and technology. There is no such a word as “unemployment” since the launch of Fiverr and many people buy or sell here just for fun. Even enterprise businesses hire their tasks on Fiverr. It is an easiest way to make money online using your skills with Fiverr.

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New Withdrawal Method of Fiverr

withdrawal method of fiverr

Fiverr which connects buyers and sellers has now come up with the new withdrawal method, this new Withdrawal Method of Fiverr allows sellers to withdraw their revenue using Local Bank Transfer. Earlier Fiverr used to support PayPal to withdraw the amount collected by selling gigs but now it has incorporated Bank Transfer which is a major change that helps Indian sellers to withdraw their money directly to their bank account.

Fiverr Local Bank Transfer

How Local Bank Transfer withdrawal Method of Fiverr helpful for Indians?

PayPal which is known as a safe and easiest method of online payment is always a most difficult method for Indian customers. PayPal changed its rules on 1 March 2011 as per the guidelines of Reserve Bank of India (RBI) that almost stopped buying online services.

Local bank transfer withdrawal method of Fiverr replaces PayPal and you can avoid the transaction charges of PayPal and saves your time as well, as you can directly withdraw your money to your bank account from Fiverr.

Fiverr allows you to withdraw your bucks using Payoneer Payment system which charges $5.95 as a transaction fee for each transfer. Fiverr says this feature will be available for all its users soon.

 

1 COMMENT

  1. What I want to know is how the exchange rates are...

    When I use Paypal - I lose a good chunk of money while changing USD to INR. (When $1 = Rs.55.9, Paypal exchanges at $1=53.6) So, let's say, today I want to transfer $100 via the local bank transfer option, I'll lose $5.95 - That's fine.. But how about exchange rates? Do they use the REAL exchange rates... I'm skeptical about using this new option as it is powered by Payoneer - which from reviews I read doesn't seem to be giving much money.

    Have you used it yourself? How is it? Would greatly appreciate an answer.

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