Accepting Payments: Ready-Made Tools

In order to accept Yandex.Money, you just need to share your account number on the internet. Other users can send transfers to your account straight from the website's homepage and those without a Yandex.Money Wallet can add money to your account from a bank card or in cash.
Plus, you can use special tools that make fundraising even easier.

Receiving payments to a Wallet: forms and buttons

Forms and buttons allow accepting money from Yandex.Money users, bank card owners, and Beeline, MegaFon, MTS, and Tele2 subscribers. Each method shows different conditions.
Only reviewed and identified users can pay you from their Wallets on Yandex. You'll immediately get transfer amount reduced by 0.5% commission.
You can accept payments from Visa, MasterCard, and Maestro bank cards. The commission amounts 2% and is charged from the recipient.
To pay from your mobile phone balance, you need Beeline, MegaFon, MTS, or Tele2 phone number issued in Russia. Conditions:
— the commission is charged from the sender, the carrier adds it to the payment amount. Beeline—7.95% + 10 rubles, MegaFon—7.86%, MTS—10.86%, Tele2—15.86%;
— you can make up to three payments a day from one phone balance, amounting no more than 500 rubles each.
To get your own form or button, you need to fill in several fields and copy a ready-made code to your site or blog.

Form for receiving payments to a bank account

You can receive transfers to your bank account by Yandex.Money, VISA, and Mastercard. For accounting purposes, these payments will be treated as ordinary personal wire transfers.
Simply create your own receiver form: enter your organization's details, specify the purpose of the payment, and choose what text you want to appear on the button. Then copy the code that appears and insert it on any webpage.
The maximum amount for a single transfer is 15,000 rubles (including commission). The sender pays commission: 3% of the total, but no less than 30 rubles. Money will be credited to your bank account within 2–3 business days.
The sender pays commission on the transfer: 2% of the amount, but no less than 30 rubles.

Invoicing by Email

If you don't have your own website to post a payment form or button to, you can send a button by email. Specify the required information on our site. The email with a payment button will be sent to your client's email automatically. Commission is deducted from the transfer amount:
  • 0.5% on transfers from an e-wallet;
  • 2% on transfers from a VISA or MasterCard.

Additional Tools

The ‘My Balance’ widget shows how much money you've collected so far. You can put the widget on your website or blog.
HTTP-notifications automatically report when money is credited along with all the payment details, including amount, date, time, transaction number, and sender's data. This is convenient if you have services designed to perform some actions automatically, as soon as the transfer is received.
Yandex.Money API helps streamline transfer acceptance. Using our API, you can create your own design for receiver forms, embed a Yandex.Money form in a mobile app, give senders the option of paying in one click, and lots more.

Collected Money? What Now?

You can transfer the money you collect to your bank card or bank account or withdraw it in cash. Plus, you can immediately spend it online or at regular stores using a Yandex.Money bank card.
Please note
Only identified and reviewed users (Russian citizens who have provided us with their personal information) can legally accept transfers to their accounts.
Examples of use