Rebilly supports 157 currencies. Just because Rebilly supports it, doesn't mean you can or should. If you have a legitimate business case for supporting a currency, you’ll need to make sure your merchant account is equipped to process it. If it is, then we can support that. And we make the rest easy.
Where there may exist a field related to amount, there will also be a field that designates the currency. We use the ISO 4217 three letter alphabetic codes, which are like USD for United States Dollars, and CAD for Canadian Dollars. You’ll find monetary fields on Invoices, in Plans, in Transactions including payments and refunds, in Gateway Account configurations, in the Rules Engine, and in many reports.
Rebilly can report in the original processed currency and translated to your reporting currency. By default, the reporting currency is USD. If you want additional reporting currencies, you’ll need to contact us. Your reporting currency is determined within your User Profile. To set it, follow these steps.
- Go to your User Profile via the top-right menu.
- Then, select from your available reporting currencies.
Note: Just because your reporting currency is USD, does not mean you cannot transact in any of the 156 other supported currencies. It only means that reports will be translated to USD when transactions are summarized.
A gateway account can support one or many currencies. If you do not have a gateway account configured to accept the currency, then you won’t be able to use the currency. To learn more about this, read our article on Gateway Accounts.
Dynamic Currency Conversion
Dynamic Currency Conversion is an advanced feature whereby we can translate the payment amount into the cardholder’s native currency, plus a configurable markup, if enabled (as an advanced gateway account configuration). If you want to learn more about this advanced feature, please contact us.