If you’re business is based in Europe or the UK, you should easily be able to receive payments from major retailers, POS and payment gateway providers like Stripe, Amazon and PayPal. In other countries, you’ll need to confirm with the provider first to make sure you can receive these payments.
You can move from another gateway provider to Revolut Business. But, like us, these payment gateway providers store client's card details safe within their servers, and they can't share this sensitive information with anyone else. For any subscription payments you have set with clients on different payment gateways, you'd need to set it up again in your Revolut Business account.
You can receive payments either to your Revolut Business account (see here) or your card (see here). PayPal currently only accepts Revolut Business accounts from the following countries: United Kingdom, Austria, Belgium, Cyprus, Estonia, Finland, France, Germany, Greece, Ireland, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Malta, Netherlands, Portugal, Slovakia, Slovenia, Spain.
You can connect your Revolut Business account with your Amazon Seller account. Just be sure to:
- Use home currency and local account details.
- Use correct Revolut's address depending on your currency account, see here.
- Verify your account with account confirmation statement.
Please first confirm with Amazon which currencies you can use to make payouts to your Revolut Business account.
Connecting Revolut Business with Stripe is simple, just:
- Log in to your Stripe account
- Head to the Settings section under the Balance tab
- Click on 'add bank account'
- Fill in your bank account details, and you are all set!
We advise you to learn more about Stripe supported payments on Stripe website here.
In most cases, sadly, it is not possible to link your Revolut Business account to Klarna. Klarna needs currency account details that can receive local bank transfers; our IBANs, however, can receive only international payments. We are gradually adding local account details to more currency accounts, as well as Klarna might change requirements from their side, so you might want to keep an eye on both platforms.