ROI Rocket Offers Affiliate Payments Using Prepaid MasterCard(R) Cards Through Payoneer: Partnership Lets Affiliates Worldwide Access Their Earnings Faster, More Conveniently and Cost-Effectively

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ROI Rocket, the performing affiliate network, announced that it has partnered with Payoneer(TM) Inc. to provide affiliates with the option of receiving revenue share payments with an ROI Rocket MasterCard Prepaid Card(R), instead of a check or PayPal payment. Operated by Payoneer, issued by First Bank of Delaware pursuant to a license from MasterCard International Incorporated, these prepaid MasterCard cards are good at any store, online site or ATM that accepts Debit MasterCard worldwide - allowing affiliates faster and easier access to their funds. Cards bear the ROI Rocket logo on top are secure and easily reloaded. If a card is ever lost or stolen, Payoneer will cancel the card and transfer the remaining balance to a new replacement card. An online site allows affiliates to check their card balances and account activity easily at any time.

All kinds of Internet-centric companies like ROI Rocket are moving quickly to offer Web payout options that reinforce their brand identity, and better fit their recipients' needs.

    The ROI Rocket debit Prepaid MasterCard is particularly appealing to affiliates outside the US, who often face limited, costly options with international payments. Paper checks often require a 30 days hold time, and Internet payment methods are not available as cash. In contrast, Payoneer's ROI Rocket prepaid cards make funds available to affiliates anywhere in the world that Debit MasterCard is accepted - either in US dollars or converted using a MasterCard(R) based exchange rate, normally more favorable than those offered by banks. Once cards are mailed to affiliates, funds can be accessible within two hours after a quick online verification.

"With the prepaid MasterCard card option through Payoneer, we can deliver the same exceptional performance with payments that we deliver with our network," said Matt Frary, CEO of ROI Rocket. "The faster our partners get their money, the happier they are with us, the more business they'll do with us, and the more we achieve a competitive advantage."

"The payment process is more than just moving money cheaply - it's an opportunity to create a unique identity and continue the relationship long after funds are received," said Yuval Tal, CEO of Payoneer. "All kinds of Internet-centric companies like ROI Rocket are moving quickly to offer Web payout options that reinforce their brand identity, and better fit their recipients' needs."

About ROI Rocket

Founded in 2005, ROI Rocket is an affiliate network that serves as a distribution channel for Web marketing offers. It connects advertisers - who seek quality Web sites to promote their products - with affiliate publishers - who agree to host advertising on their sites in order to publishers gain traffic and revenue. ROI Rocket's mission is to work proactively to achieve measurable results for its advertisers and profitable campaigns for its affiliates. By using innovative technology, ROI Rocket better tracks the deals and ensures that publishers are paid on time, and correspondingly, that advertisers get the appropriate traffic for their product or service. ROI Rocket is a Florida Corporation with office in Gainesville, Denver, and New York.

About Payoneer, Inc.

Founded in 2005, Payoneer Inc. provides hosted payout solutions for companies that pay people worldwide using prepaid MasterCard(R) cards, wire transfers, and e-checks. The company targets affiliate networks, video sites, Internet payment service processors (IPSP's), and any other company that pays out to people on the Internet. Payoneer has tens of thousands of Payoneer cards in circulation. The company is a registered MSP of First Bank of Delaware with MasterCard, and an approved partner of Royal Bank of Scotland, with its RBSLynk solution. Based in New York, Payoneer maintains its R&D center in Tel Aviv, and is privately held with funding from Greylock Partners and Crossbar Capital. For more information, please visit

MasterCard(R) is a registered trademark of MasterCard International Incorporated. Payoneer is a trademark of Payoneer, Inc. All trademarks, trade names, service marks, and logos referenced herein belong to their respective companies.

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