If you are an individual or business based in one of our 18 supported countries, you can sign up as a merchant with WooCommerce Payments. Once that’s done, you can accept payments from customers anywhere in the world in over 100 supported currencies.
WooCommerce Payments is available for individuals and businesses in:
NOTE: If you are using WooCommerce Payments for your business, the relevant country is the one where your business is registered, not the country in which you personally reside. For example, if you live in South Africa but your business is registered in the Netherlands, you can use WooCommerce Payments for that business.
Puerto Rican merchants are supported and considered to be U.S. businesses. However, merchants located in any other territory or possession of the U.S. are not supported.
In support of creating a global commerce platform, the WooCommerce team is actively working to make WooCommerce Payments available to other countries. We prioritize new countries and currencies based on a number of factors, including the number of requests by WooCommerce store owners in that country.
If you want to use WooCommerce Payments, but it’s not available in your country, please vote for your country to be supported on the WooCommerce Payments feature requests page.
You can also request an invite to a pre-launch preview of WooCommerce Payments before it officially launches in your country.
Some features of WooCommerce Payments are only available to merchants in certain countries. Specifically, the following features are currently available only to merchants in the United States:
The following features are currently only available in the U.S. and Canada:
If you want to use on of these features and it is not available in your country, please vote for support to be offered on the WooCommerce Ideas board.
In some cases, WooCommerce Payments charges different fees for purchases based on whether the customer used a European card or a non-European card. WooCommerce Payments considers “European cards” to be those issued in:
- Czech Republic
- Faroe Islands
- Isle of Man
- Saint Pierre and Miquelon
- San Marino
- United Kingdom
- Vatican City