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Receiving Money

Use your current PayPal account to receive payments in:
  • Canadian dollars
  • Euros
  • British pounds
  • US dollars
  • Japanese yen
  • Australian dollars
  • New Zealand dollars
  • Swiss francs
  • Hong Kong dollars
  • Singapore dollars
  • Swedish kronor
  • Danish kroner
  • Polish zlotys
  • Norwegian kroner
  • Hungarian forints
  • Czech koruny
  • Israeli shekels
  • Mexican pesos
  • Brazilian Reals (only for members resident in Brazil)
  • Malaysian Ringgit (only for members resident in Malaysia)
  • Philippine pesos
  • New Taiwan dollars
  • Thai baht
  • TRY for Turkish Lire (only for members resident in Turkey)
  • Russian roubles
  • Indian Rupees (only for members resident in India)
Premier and Business account holders have additional flexibility for managing Multiple currency payments.

Accepting Payments

PayPal lets you choose what currencies to accept and how you would like to accept them. When a buyer sends a payment in a currency you hold, the funds will automatically appear in your account in the balance of the given currency. When a buyer sends a payment in a currency you do not hold, you will be asked to Accept or Refuse the payment as shown below:

  • Accept the payment and open a new currency balance
  • Accept the payment and convert it to your primary currency
  • Block the payment
You may also set up your Payment Receiving Preferences to indicate how you would like to handle incoming currency payments.

Receiving fees will be charged in the currency in which the funds were sent. Payments converted to your primary currency will be converted at a competitive exchange rate. Learn more

Managing Currency Balances

To manage your currency balances, please go to the 'Currency Balances' section of your 'Profile', where you can:
  • Select your primary currency
  • Open or close a currency balance
  • Transfer funds between currency balances
Funds transferred from one currency balance to another will be transferred at a competitive exchange rate.