About International Payments
Accept payments in international currencies, through international bank accounts and/or payments via cards issued by foreign banks. Check the list of transaction purpose codes and supported currencies.
You can accept payments from your customers in more than 100 foreign currencies using our Payment Gateway and other products such as Payment Pages, Payment Button, Payment Links and Invoices. Razorpay supports
Non-Indian businesses looking to accept payments from Indian customers via Razorpay and get their settlement in a foreign bank account. Check the
Razorpay allows foreign (non-Indian) businesses to accept payments from Indian customers without any additional paperwork or registration. Your Indian customers can make payments via local payment methods such as credit cards, debit cards, UPI and netbanking. The funds are settled in your overseas bank account.
Indian businesses can use MoneySaver Export Account to open SWIFT accounts and local bank accounts to accept international payments.
MoneySaver Export Account enables the
Use Local Currency Bank Transfer method to accept payments from buyers outside India without additional paperwork. The final settlement is done in the bank accounts of Indian businesses in INR. This significantly improves the customer experience by allowing international buyers to make local bank account transfer to Indian businesses.
Use SWIFT Transfer method to accept payments from buyers outside India without additional paperwork. The final settlement is done in the bank accounts of Indian businesses in INR. This significantly improves the customer experience by allowing international buyers globally to make SWIFT Transfer to Indian businesses.
- Your international payment will fail if you send us a dummy email id and phone number of the customer.
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This is the latest version of the list and was last updated on July 20, 2021.
Currently, we support a host of currencies, including INR, USD, EUR, and SGD.
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- For any other additional currencies, which are not a part of the above list and that you might want us to support, kindly raise a request on our
- When selling a product for ₹ 1000 in the domestic market, you pass
amountparameter (since the amount should be in paise).
- When selling in the international market, you might want to charge $20 for the same product. In this case, you must pass
amountparameter (since the amount should be in cents).
For example: AED, AMD, INR and so on.
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