PingPong Review 2024 – A Cheaper Payoneer Alternative

PingPong Review
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Product Name: PingPong

Brand: PingPong

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PingPong is an online payment processing platform for sending and receiving international payments.


  • Lowest transaction fees
  • Easy to use interface


  • Customer support is not great
  • New company compare to Payoneer and PayPal

Are you using Payoneer?

Then you might find PingPong useful, and you will save a lot of money in the days to come.

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Services like Payoneer, and PayPal have done a magnificent job encouraging online freelancing and making digital payment a breeze. The only downside is that they take a lot of money to facilitate transactions. For example, PayPal could cost as high as 3.5% per transaction, whereas Payoneer costs about 2% per transaction.

This is where the need for a better and cheaper payment solution for receiving international payments arises.

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Payoneer is a globally accepted platform for sending and receiving payments. It is widely used by freelancers, bloggers ,and entrepreneurs to get paid by their clients and affiliate companies.

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Meet PingPong, which is a far newer service compared to Payoneer or PayPal, but offer cheaper transaction cost. In this review article, I will tell you about PingPong and my experience with it.

PingPong review: What is PingPong?

PingPong is a payment solution for freelancers and digital entrepreneurs to receive international payments at a low cost. You can receive international payments from Amazon, eBay, Shopify, affiliate programs & freelance platforms.

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Once you sign up for PingPong (It’s free to create an account) and complete your KYC, you will have an option to get the receiving bank account for multiple currencies.

At the time of writing this review, these are the following supported currencies:

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  • USD
  • JPY
  • EUR
  • GBP
  • AUD
  • SGD
  • CAD
  • MXN
  • AED

What it meant for you is, that if you are receiving payment in the above currencies from supporting platforms, you can use PingPong to receive payment.

PingPong will charge only 1% of the transaction fees, and they will credit the amount into your Indian bank account the very next day (provided it’s not a national or bank holiday).

Since I use Payoneer to receive payments from Commission junction, and from a few Amazon affiliate accounts, I thought of testing PingPong. I switched from Payoneer to PingPong to receive all these payments.

After testing this for 6 months, I feel confident about the PingPong service. The only downside is that Pingpong is a relatively new company, and their support is not as good as Payoneer’s. I had a tough time getting a FIRC certificate from the Pingpong team.

Here is what the dashboard looks like:

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The dashboard is modern, and you can export the transactions in various formats.

Free automated FIRC Certificate:

I have written about FIRC certificate before, and it is an important piece of document that you should have whenever receiving inward remittance. Payoneer is one service that offers free FIRC certificates, and PayPal charges a nominal amount for the same.

However, PingPong took this to the next level by providing an automated FIRC certificate, which you will get via email. This saves a lot of time, and it would be nice if these alternate services also make this process automatic.

How is PingPong a better alternative than Payoneer?

The biggest differentiator is the fees charged by both companies. Using PingPong, you will save 50% on the fees, which is a significant amount. Another differentiator is that PingPong offers automated FIRC, which saves time.

Saying that the only downside of PingPong is; that it is a new service compared to Payoneer, and thus it is not as popular as it should be. However, in my experience of using PingPong for the past 6+ months, I have had no problems, and the service seems top-notch.

PingPong also offers a lucrative referral program where you can earn up to $35/referred user. You can find all information about the referral program inside the PingPong dashboard.

Overall, I’m using PingPong along with Payoneer and PayPal. Where ever I could use PingPong, I’m using it to receive cross-border payments, as it helps in saving significant money.

Have you used the PingPong service? Do share your feedback and experience of PingPong in the comment below.

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A Blogger, Author and a speaker! Harsh Agrawal is recognized as a leader in digital marketing and FinTech space. Fountainhead of ShoutMeLoud, and a Speaker at ASW, Hero Mindmine, Inorbit, IBM, India blockchain summit. Also, an award-winning blogger.

7 thoughts on “PingPong Review 2024 – A Cheaper Payoneer Alternative”

  1. Tuan Nguyen Anh

    Don’t trust them. They work like scammers.
    I work for a company in US. Before the first time transferring, my company had contacted them and proceed a long long process, provided all the documents they required, then the first transaction is succeed. We all thought that we have to do all those steps once, but it is not. At the second time we transfer money (from same source and same dest), they block the fund and asked all those stupid questions again, required all provided documents again.

    Now at the time I am writing, they still keep thinking more reasons and asking more documents to hold the fund.

    I cannot find out any reason for their reaction. It seems that they want to keep the fund. (I found in other’s reviews that some people lost money this way. I regret I’ve ignored them before. This is SCAM)

  2. Pinpong is good I’m glad you reviewed it! Pretty soon standard banks will become a thing of the past. Most banking services are in desperate need of shake up.

  3. Thank you for sharing this wonderful information. We have been using Paypal for payment processing. But I will surely consider Pingpong.

    I am a newbie here. But I think you have great blog contents. I will surely be checking on your future updates. Thanks again.

  4. Hi Harsh,

    Glad to be here once again. I have been using Paypal for a very long time but Pingpong is new to me. I will have a look at it soon and if needed I will use it.
    Thanks for sharing such useful pieces of information through your blog. Hoping to come back and read more updates from you soon.

    Reji Stephenson

  5. Akash Rathor

    I’m not using pingpong right now, and using Paytm.

    As your suggestion I will try pingpong

    1. Hi Akash,
      Pingpong and Paytm are two different programs. Where Paytm is used for local payment. On the other hand, PingPongX is used to receive international payments

  6. Pingpong is an Gamechanger for me. When you recommended it on twitter. I started using it. Helped me save a lot of 💰. Again thanks for sharing this ultimate tool 🙂

    There Support is also very quick to respond as well

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