How to Receive Payments from Commission Junction with Payoneer. In this post, I will show you how Nigerians receive payments from commission junction affiliate earnings.

Commission junction is one of the best affiliate networks on the internet. The interesting part is that they accept Nigerians unlike other affiliate networks such as Clickbank.

commission junction payment using Payoneer

But the question now is… how do Nigerians receive their payment from commission junction? The answer it very simple.

There are many ways to receive your affiliate earnings from commission junction. One of the best ways is to use Payoneer.

I have been on Commission Junction since 2014 and have made substantial income from it. I use Payoneer to receive my earning.

With Payoneer, I can then withdraw the money using their ATM MasterCard.

Once you join commission junction, make sure you supply your Payoneer bank details and shown in the picture bellow;

commission junction Payoneer payment information

To get your Payoneer payment information,, simply login to your Payoneer account and click the Global Payment Service. This service enables you to receive payments from companies worldwide – as if you have a local bank account in those countries.

The Global Payment Service provides you with access to several international receiving accounts, through which you can request payment. Simply request a payment using the Payoneer platform or provide your payment service information to the company that needs to pay you.

Commission Junction will pay you once your earning has reached the $50 threshold.

Once the payment is made, you will receive a notification from Payoneer informing you that your account was loaded with funds from commission junction.

You will receive an email like this…

commission junction payment via Payoneer

The money will be inside your Payoneer account and you can withdraw it in any machine nearest to you using Payoneer MasterCard.

Read Also: 3 Steps to Receive your Payoneer MasterCard in NIGERIA

So, I encourage Nigerians who want to venture into affiliate marketing to choose commission junction because they don’t only accept Nigerians but they also pay via Payoneer.

There are so many products categories you ca promote on Commission Junction. You can choose to promote web tools, mobile phone accessories, fashion products or more.

All you need to do is to create a buying audience through blog post to focus on the products you are promoting. The best way to achieve this is to run a product review blog or an expository blog like this one you are reading.

Read Also: Make Money Online with Payoneer Affiliate in Nigeria

Luckily, people who read your blog may buy from your link and you make money.

By Ifiokobong

Ifiokobong Ibanga is a life coach, a mentor and an inspirational speaker. He like testing ideas to find out what works. Sure, he has made substantial income online, so he's knowledgeable enough to teach you. Hookup with Ifiokobong Ibanga on Instagram .

16 thoughts on “How to Receive Payments from Commission Junction with Payoneer”
  1. I am grateful to come in contact with you. You are one in a million. How wish other internet gurus in Nigeria will emulate you. Thank so much for the information. God bless you abundantly.

  2. I have to say you are one of the best netpreneur I have seen in a long while that provides useful information with no money gain.I would love to start blogging but don’t really know how to start,I need a mentor like you

  3. Hi, I’ve tried signing up for payoneer but I always get stuck in step 2 of the registration process. After filling my address, postal code and others, I can’t go to the next step. Please can you give me some advice.

  4. Thanks for your great insights.

    when registering clickbank account and i got this reply:

    Do i re-register again with the same info. or what should i do?

    I will highly appreciate if you can you list other profitable and high paying affiliate programs apart from clickbank.


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