Which currencies can I accept with Yourpay
You can accept payments in the most common currencies with Yourpay. That means currencies from all European countries, the Scandinavian countries as well as the USA. In this article, you can read about the currency codes for these common currencies.
If you receive a currency different to DKK, the money will automatically be converted when paid out to your Danish bank account.
If you wish to receive the money paid out in the same currency as the one you have received the payment in, you have to use an IBAN/SWIFT account.
In order for the currency setup to work, you have to make use of ISO 4217 currency codes, which are standard in banks and financial institutions.
Alpha and numeral ISO codes are as follows, where you can also see which countries uses these currencies.
DKK – ISO 208
Denmark – Faroe Islands- Greenland
EUR – ISO 978
Andorra – Austria – Belgium – Cyprus – Estonia – Finland – France – Germany – Greece – Guadeloupe – Ireland – Italy – Kosovo – Latvia – Lithuania – Luxembourg – Malta – French Guyana – Martinique – Mayotte – Monaco – Montenegro – Holland – Portugal – Réunion – Saint Barthélemy – Saint Martin – Saint Pierre og Miquelon – San Marino – Slovakia – Slovenia – Spain – Vatican City
SEK – ISO 752
NOK – ISO 578
Norway – Svalbard – Jan Mayen – Bouvet Island
GRP – ISO 826
The United Kingdom – British Indian Ocean Territory – Isle of Man – Jersey – Guernsey
USD – ISO 840
USA – American Samoa – Barbados – Bermuda – The British Virgin Island – Ecuador – El Salvador – Guam – Haiti – Marshall Islands – Micronesia – Northern Mariana Islands – Palau – Panama – Puerto Rico – East Timor – Turks – and Caicos Islands – The Virigin Islands – Cambodia
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If you need to be able to receive a different currency than the ones on this list, it might still be possible. Just contact us on email@example.com
We will alwats evaluate the currency based on risk, which is why we need an request.
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