Payoneer Funds $80M in MCAs in Q1

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payoneer walmartPayoneer, the digital payments provider that also offers working capital on e-commerce platforms like Walmart Marketplace, originated $80M in merchant cash advances in Q1, according to the company’s recent quarterly earnings report. While the company did not draw attention to this stat, it appears in its Statement of Cash Flows. Payoneer originated $299M in funding to merchants throughout all of 2023, which would put the company below Funding Circle in terms of annual funding volume.

When it comes to Walmart, Payoneer offers up to 140% of a marketplace merchant’s average monthly Walmart volume and factor rates that range from 1.015 to 1.10.

“Payoneer will collect a pre-determined portion of each Walmart payout you receive via ACH bank debit from your bank account,” the website states. “Debits typically take place within 1 business day of each payment received from Walmart.”

The program is not new. The two first announced this relationship in December 2021. At the time, a senior director at Walmart said “Affordable working capital is more important than ever to help our sellers grow their business.”

Last modified: June 18, 2024

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