Skip to main content
All CollectionsDubsado PaymentsPayments
International payments with Dubsado Payments
International payments with Dubsado Payments
Sam Gioia avatar
Written by Sam Gioia
Updated over a week ago

Updated April 11, 2024

🎉 Dubsado Payments powered by Stripe is slowly rolling out to existing Stripe users ahead of our general launch in April 2024! Keep an eye on your email for updates.

A payment is considered an international payment if a client pays you with a currency that is different from your domestic currency. When using Dubsado Payments, your domestic currency is based on what you set as your country and currency in Dubsado from Settings > Payments and invoices.

Your international clients will see prices on your Dubsado invoice based on your default settings from Settings > Payments and invoices. This is the case for all Dubsado invoices, regardless of whether you are using Dubsado Payments or another payment processor.

For example, if your country is set to the United States and your client is in France, your client will see the Dubsado invoice in USD, not in EUR. However, your client will pay in EUR currency based on the exchange rate at the time of the transaction and you will receive the funds in USD. Your client’s credit card may separately add a foreign transaction fee or a currency conversion fee, which occurs outside of Dubsado. Some credit cards charge a fee, while others waive it as a perk. Your clients can find this information by going directly to their card or bank’s help center.

Did this answer your question?