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Payment options: PayPal, bank wire transfer, ACH, Wise
Payment options: PayPal, bank wire transfer, ACH, Wise
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Written by Kirsten Simmons
Updated over a week ago

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Credit/debit cards

TFX accepts all major credit and debit cards except for AMEX. All payments are securely processed through services like Stripe or Square. Please note that we do not retain any of your payment information for security reasons. For detailed instructions on making a payment using your card, please refer to the Bills & Payments article.


To enable the PayPal payment option, contact our Support team. For detailed instructions on making a payment using PayPal, please refer to the Bills & Payments article.

Automated Clearing House (ACH)

To transfer money between U.S. bank accounts via ACH secure network, use US dollar (ACH DOMESTIC) bank information on our website.

Note: to ensure a smooth wire transfer process, we recommend selecting the "I will pay all charges" option when prompted by your bank. We can only credit your account for the amount we receive. If you choose the "shared charges" option, the intermediary bank may deduct its fee from the transfer.

International bank wire transfer

If you do not have a U.S. bank account, use Euro, British pounds, or Australian dollar (INTERNATIONAL) bank information on our website. It includes the necessary IBAN/SWIFT/BIC/UK Sort Code/BSB Code details (worldwide, including APAC).

Note: convert the amount you owe to your currency using Google (type in Google "convert XXX USD to [your currency]"). Then let us know via email that you sent the funds and the FX rate you used. We will process your payment manually.


When selecting a wire transfer, we recommend using Wise (previously known as Transferwise). We regularly use this service for international transfers and highly recommend it as the cheapest and most efficient method for sending funds across countries and currencies. For further guidance, please refer to our website.

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