Payment methods
 Overview
Yandex.Checkout can accept payments made via different methods: from bank cards, from e-wallets, via direct carrier billing, on a loan or installment plan, in cash, via invoicing in Internet banking.
 Bank cards
You can accept payments made via bank cards from Visa, Mastercard, Maestro, Mir, JCB, and other issuers. By default, the user will enter bank cards details on the Yandex.Checkout's page, but you can embed a form on your website or in the mobile app.
Bank cards that you can accept for payment
 Apple Pay, Google Pay
Yandex.Checkout users can pay via Apple Pay and Google Pay. You can integrate these payment methods independently or using mobile SDK.
 E-wallets
You can accept payments from a Yandex.Money wallet or a linked bank card, from a QIWI Wallet, Webmoney, or from an account in the WeChat app.
 Invoicing via Internet banking
Using Yandex.Checkout, you can send invoices to your customers via Internet banking of Sberbank Online, Alfa-Click, and Tinkoff.
 B2B payments
You can accept payments from companies and entrepreneurs via Sberbank Business Online.
More about B2B payments
 Other payment methods
You can accept payments made via direct carrier billing, in cash via a payment kiosk or at our partner's office, via the Installments service (on a loan or installment plan).
 All payment methods
Payment method
name and code
Payment
term
HoldingCode in reportsRefundRecurring payments
Bank card
bank_card
1 hour7 daysAC
Apple Pay
apple_pay
1 hour7 daysAC
Google Pay
google_pay
1 hour7 daysAC
Electronic funds
Yandex.Money
yandex_money
1 hour7 daysPC
QIWI Wallet
qiwi
1 hour6 hoursQW
Webmoney
webmoney
1 hour6 hoursWM
WeChat
wechat
2 minutesWP
Internet banking
Sbebrank Online
sberbank
8 hours6 hoursSB
Alfa-Click
alfabank
8 hours6 hoursAB
Tinkoff
tinkoff_bank
1 hour6 hoursTB
B2B payments
Sberbank Business Online
b2b_sberbank
8 hours2S
Other methods
Direct carrier billing
mobile_balance
1 hour6 hoursMC
Cash
cash
No limits6 hoursGP
Installments
installments
8 hours6 hoursCR
Payment information will be sent in payment reports.
 See also
Embedded payment formsBasics of the payment processRefundsReports