The procedure on how to get that done is as simple as the word.
Payment Methods Supported By Facebook
Here’s the list of all the payment methods supported by Facebook for games;
– Credit cards: American Express, Discover, Mastercard, Visa
– Game Cards
Other local payment methods:
|Australia||Ukash, Poli, Neteller|
|Austria||Sofort Banking, Paysafecard|
|Belgium||Sofort Banking, Paysafecard, Mistercash|
|Brazil||Boleto Bancario, SafetyPay|
|Canada||Interac Online, Ukash|
|Czech Republic||TrustPay, Paysafecard, DaoPay|
|Egypt||UKash, CashU, OneCard|
|Finland||Suomen, Paysafecard, DaoPay|
|France||Paysafecard, uKash, AlloPass MPME, Paiement sur facture Internet|
|Germany||PaySafeCard, Sofortüberweisung, ClickandBuy, DaoPay, Ukash, Giropay|
|Indonesia||Gudang Voucher, Doku (Alfamart, Wallet & ATM dan Bank Transfer)|
|Italy||Paysafecard, Ukash, DaoPay|
|Japan||Webmoney, Konbini, YCoins, Payeasy|
|Malaysia||Malaysia Online Banking, Webcash, MOLPoints|
|Mexico||Toditocash, Paysafecard, Pago Efectivo (Oxxo, Banamex, Bancomer, Santander)|
|Norway||Paysafecard, UKash, DaoPay|
|Peru||Banco de Credito, SafetyPay|
|Philippines||DragonPay eBanking, GCash, ATM, MolPoints|
|Poland||Paysafecard, UKash, Przelewy, DaoPay|
|Portugal||Multibanco, Payshop, Paysafecard, UKash|
|Saudi Arabia||CashU, OneCard|
|Spain||Paysafecard, UKash, DaoPay, Sofort Banking|
|Sweden||Paysafecard, Trustly, DaoPay|
|Switzerland||Paysafecard, Sofort Banking|
|Vietnam||VTC Online Banking, VTC Wallet|
You’ll need to note that certain payment methods may occasionally go offline in specific countries for ongoing maintenance. This is part of Facebook’s efforts to ensure that you have a simple and secure payment experience.
Also, bear it at the back of your mind that if Facebook doesn’t accept your local currency, you may still be able to make payments on Facebook, but your transactions may be subject to foreign exchange fees, which you’ll be responsible for paying.
How to Change the Preferred Payment Currency on Facebook
Before you shall proceed on Facebook, let’s attempt to also proffer an answer to this question; how do I change my preferred currency for payments I make on Facebook? Okay, for those of us that wish to know, you can change your preferred currency for payments you make on Facebook.
To do that, see our helpful tips below;
1. Open your Facebook account
2. Click Account Settings at the top right corner of any Facebook page
3. You’ll need to select Settings from the drop-down menu
4. Next, click Payment in the left column of the new page that appears
5. Click Account Settings at the top of the page
6. Scroll down and select your preferred currency below Preferences
7. Finally, click Save Changes and you’re done
Note that if you change your preferred currency, you’ll need to wait 72 hours before you can change it again.
We’ve previously written a concise post on how to update your primary PayPal payment method on Facebook. You can use the link to check it out ASAP.
Still having trouble changing your preferred currency?
You can contact Facebook directly for help.