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Get more information on supported payment providers and accepted currencies.

Updated over a week ago's payment links allow you to collect payments from your visitors directly on your profile.

What we'll cover in this support article:

Supported Currencies

Here is a list of currencies accepted on our Request or Support links:




USD (United States Dollar)

AUD (Australia Dollar)

BRL (Brazilian Real)

CAD (Canada Dollar)

CHF (Switzerland Franc)

CNY (China Yuan)

CZK (Czech Republic Koruna)

DKK (Denmark Krone)

EUR (Euro)

GBP (Great Britain Pound)

HKD (Hong Kong Dollar)

HUF (Hungary Forint)

ILS (Israeli New Shekel)

INR (India Rupee)

JPY (Japan Yen)

MXN (Mexico Peso)

MYR (Malaysia Ringgit)

NOK (Norway Krone)

NZD (New Zealand Dollar)

PHP (Philippines Peso)

PLN (Poland Zloty)

RUB (Russia Ruble)

SEK (Sweden Krona)

SGD (Singapore Dollar)

THB (Thailand Baht)

TWD (Taiwan New Dollar)

Payment Provider: PayPal / Venmo

Connect your PayPal account to and get money sent right to your PayPal balance.

Supported account types

We support personal and business accounts. For more information about the type of accounts PayPal offers, check out their support article.

Supported countries

PayPal is available in over 200 countries/regions. See PayPal's full list of supported countries.

Supported currencies

PayPal supports over 25 currencies.


The fees charged vary by location and account type. See PayPal's fees for more information.

Payment options

Visitors will have the option to complete the transaction with PayPal, a credit or debit card, or Venmo.

Successful payments

After a successful payment from one of your payment links, you'll receive two separate emails.

  • A payment summary from with any message or instructions left by the payer.

  • A confirmation email from PayPal.


You can view any disputes or chargebacks in your PayPal dashboard. Check out PayPal's support article to learn more.

Still have questions? Contact us.

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