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The currency used comes into play in three places:
- The customer’s credit card currency
- The currency of the charge, called the presentment currency or the transaction currency
- The currency accepted by your destination bank account or debit card, called the settlement currency
If the charge currency differs from the customer’s credit card currency, the customer may be charged a foreign exchange fee by their credit card company.
MoneyCollect users can process charges in the following list of currencies (ISO 4217)：
All API requests expect amounts to be provided in a currency’s smallest unit. For example, to charge 10 USD, provide an
amountvalue of 1000 (that is, 1000 cents).
For zero-decimal currencies, still provide amounts as an integer but without multiplying by 100. For example, to charge JPY ¥500, provide an
amountvalue of 500.
Associated settlement bank/virtual account in selected currency is required.