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Adding a payout method

Ready to host? Fantastic. Just set up a payout method and prepare to welcome your guests.

For more info, check out our Resource Center.

How to set up a payout method

  1. Go to Account > Payments & payouts > Payouts
  2. Click Add payout method
  3. Choose your billing country/region to find payout methods available to you
  4. Select the type of payout method you want to use, then click Continue
  5. Add the requested info, then click Next

If you've set up more than one payout method, you can choose a default.

Getting paid

When it’s ready, the payout will be released to your payout method for processing. You can check the status of your payouts at any time from your Transaction history, found under Settings > Payouts & payments.

Adding different payout types

You can choose from:

Bank transfer/direct deposit: Use info from a check to enter your bank transfer/direct deposit routing number and account number. Wait for a small deposit to confirm your account is ready. "For Further Credit" accounts (FFC) are not eligible for direct deposit.

International wire: Depending on your location, you’ll need to enter your account number or IBAN, which your bank can provide. Fees may apply. More about international wire transfers.

Payoneer bank transfer/debit card: Enter your name as it appears on your official ID. Payoneer will need to approve your details before you can receive payouts. More about Payoneer debit card.

PayPal: Make sure your account is activated on PayPal before adding it as a payout method. More about PayPal.

Western Union: Enter your name as it appears on your official ID. Fees apply. More about Western Union.

AIS debit card: This payout method is no longer available because of United States government restrictions. If you previously used an AIS card, you'll need to set up a new payout method that's available for your country or region.

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