Payoneer Escrow has a special offer for new clients in conjunction with the Merge Show. I was told that the company is offering 50% off transactions for new customers. The offer is valid on transactions that are started at Payoneer Escrow from now until then end of 2017.
Although this offer is targeting people who have not used Payoneer Escrow before, current customers are able to use the discount if they do a deal with someone who is not a customer. By way of an example, if I (a Payoneer Escrow customer) sell a domain name to a company that has not used Payoneer Escrow before, the discount would be applied. In this case, the new user would start the transaction for the discount to be applied.
This is a nice acquisition tactic that could save a substantial amount of money and get deals going before the end of the year. With the discount, a standard $100,000 domain name sale would cost $450 after the 50% promo code.
To use the discount code, visit the special Merge registration link: https://register.payoneer.com/at-mergeshow/
If you have any questions about the promotion, get in touch with Brandon Abbey. For those who care, yes, I did ask for permission to share this special offer on my blog before publishing.
Right now it is all about customer acquisition. We have been receiving a lot of accolades but until you actually give us a try you won’t know good we are. Of course, the idea behind this is to build long term relationships. If you have one of those “abbeynormal” transactions contact me directly at email@example.com
Good buying and selling,
Can you please clarify your policy regarding domains sales.
I am sure many people are searching for alternatives now.
There is a thread on namepros.
And It seems from it that Escrow.com has ridiculous policy.
Buyers can buy domains and once they are in their accounts they can reject them, later they have 10 days to return the domains.
It is a great opportunity for “buyers” to misuse the domains or easily cancel transactions and go away without paying.
Do you have the same policy?
We are giving our valuable feedback on this company, as civil duty.
We can not use Payoneer.com if their pricing is similar to Escrow.com, because Escrow.com is better established and branded.
We think, that to compete and acquire market share, Payoneer.com needs to permanently slash pricing in half and charge no fees to no parties in a case of transaction cancellation.
We will not be using anyone other than Escrow.com for a price, similar to what Escrow.com charges.
Just to be clear on escrow fees. On a $1,000 transaction Payoneer Escrow charges $15 while escrow.com charges $32.50. For a $10,000 transaction we would charge $125 to escrow.com’s $175.50. 40-50% less on the smaller end. We recently processed some in excess of $2,000,000. On a $2,000,000 transaction our fee is $9,900 compared to their $17,800. Please note these are our standard fees, not the 50% off promotional fees for new clients for transactions started from now until 12/31/2017.