Payoneer/Israel connections - Comment - Israel News | Haaretz Daily Newspaper
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    • jdledell
    • 03.03.10 | 15:40 (IST)

    Dig a little deeper into the connections mentioned in the article and the Payoneer connection to Israel is very tight. All three Venture Capital firms funding Payoneer were Israeli based. The partner at Greylock who funded Payoneer is Moshe Mor, a former IDF military intelligence officer. Carmel Ventures is strictly an Israeli outfit. Most interesting is Crossbar Capital, a one man show of Charlie Federman, who recently was Managing Director of BRM Group, owned by Eli and Nir Barkat. The Payoneer angle goes beyond it's CEO, Yuval Tal and his IDF Special Ops background. Payoneer does NOT provide their prepaid cards to the general public. You can only get their cards under the auspices of a corporate or non-profit organization. The Mossad operatives would have had to have contract with a cover company, just like Payoneer's contract with Birthright Israel, Taglit.

    from the article: Did they know? Israel-U.S. startup linked to Dubai hit
    First published 01:40 03.03.10 | Last updated 13:05 03.03.10
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