There are many currencies we support for making charges and transfers, depending on where your business is based.

Charge Currencies

No matter where your customers live, you can accept charges in your country’s supported currencies from almost any credit or debit card. It’s possible that customers in other countries will be charged additional fees by their bank.

If a customer makes charges with an unsupported currency or from a different country than the one where your business is based, there are two fees they might potentially see.

Bank Conversion Fees

If your customer’s currency isn’t supported by MONEI, the bank will convert the charge to your default currency and add an additional fee for your customer.

Foreign Transaction Fees

If your customer’s bank is based in a different country than your business, it’s possible that their bank will add additional fees. This is up to your customer’s bank and will vary.

Bank Account Currencies

In order to avoid conversion fees, users in some countries are able to set up multiple bank accounts to makes transfers in multiple currencies. You are able to connect one bank account for each supported currency.

Default Bank Account Currency

You can have multiple bank accounts, but you must choose one as your default account. If you receive transfers in a currency that you do not have a bank account for, the charges will be converted to the currency of your default bank account.

Currency Conversion

We automatically convert charges made in a different currency to your default bank account’s into your default currency using the current exchange rates.

There are resources online that can help you determine the current exchange rate (such as Open Exchange Rates or Google’s Currency Converter), but these numbers may not represent our rates at the time of the conversion, as they can frequently fluctuate.

Required Bank Locations

The country where you currency is based doesn't need to be where you bank is located. USD bank accounts, can be located in France, for example.

There are a handful of exceptions:

-Canadian businesses with USD bank accounts based in Canada can receive transfers in USD.

-EUR bank accounts must be based in a country where MONEI is currently available.

-If the bank accepts transfers via BACS, a GBP bank account can be based in Ireland.

Supported Currencies by Country

The country where your account is based determines in which currencies you can charge a credit card. See below:

US:
USD

France:
EUR

Italy:
EUR

Germany:
EUR

Spain:

Eur
US Dollar
Gbp
Namibia Dollar
Nepalese RupeeNetherlands Antillian GuilderAruban Guilder
Yugoslavian New Dian
Vatu
New Zealand Dollar
Naira
Cordoba Oro
Naira
Norwegian Krone
Paci c Island
Pakistan Rupee
Balboa
Kina
Guarani
Nuevo Sol
Philippine PesoGuinea-Bissau Peso
Timor Escudo
Qatari Rial
Russian Ruble
Rowanda Franc
Saint Helena Pound
Dobra
Saudi Riyal
Seychelles Rupee
Leone
Singapore Dollar
Dong
Slovenian Tolar
Somali Shilling
Rand
Zimbabwe Dollar
Yemeni Dinar
Sudanese Pound
Sudan Airlines
Lilangeni
Swedish Krona
Swiss Franc
Syrian Pound
Tajik Ruble
Baht
Pa’anga
Trinidad and Tobago Dollar
UAE Dirham
Tunisian Dinar
Turkish Lira
Manat
Uganda Shilling
Karbovanet
Denar
Egyptian Pound
Pound Sterling
Tanzanian Shilling
Peso Uruguayo
Uzbekistan Sum
Tala
Yemeni Rial
Serbian Dinar
Zambian Kwacha
New Taiwan Dollar
Manat
Cedi
Bolivar Fuerte
Serbian Dinar
Metical
Azerbaijanian Manat
New Leu
Turkish Lira
CFA Franc BEAC
East Caribbean Dollar
CFA Franc BCEAO
CFP Franc
European Currency UN
Kwacha
Surinam Dollar
Malagasy Ariary
Afghani
Somoni
Kwanza
Belarussian Ruble
Bulgarian Lev
Congolese Franc
Convertible Marks
Hryvnia
Lari
Zloty
Brazilian Real
Peseta Convertible

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