Ready to deposit via credit/debit card?

Firstly, you will need to head over to your Coinmetro Dashboard, and then click Deposit.

Via Browser:

Via the Coinmetro Mobile App:

From the dropdown menu, you will need to select either EUR - Euro (Credit Card), USD - US Dollar (Credit Card) or GBP - Great British Pounds (Credit Card).

When choosing to pay by credit card, we also require you to provide your residential address verification by filling out an address form.

After you have submitted your address information, or if this has been provided already, you will then need to enter the amount you would like to deposit, then click Next. It is important to consider that fees will be deducted from this amount.

You will need to click Open Credit Card Popup where you will be prompted to enter your card details; your 16-digit card number, expiry date, & security code.

You will then be redirected to our payment processor where you may be required to verify this transaction by entering a one-time password provided by your Bank.


FAQ

What are the limits?

Visa or MasterCard are accepted with a minimum deposit of 10 EUR, GBP or USD. The maximum possible deposit amount per transaction is 5,000 EUR, GBP or USD.

What if my card is denominated in a different currency?

If your credit/debit card is denominated in a different currency, please review your card’s terms and conditions for your card issuer’s policies on foreign exchanges and the fees they may charge you.

What are the fees?

Coinmetro charges a percentage fee based on your card’s country of issue:

We advise you to consider that this percentage will be deducted from the deposited amount.

Can I use a pre-paid or virtual card?

Please note, pre-paid or virtual card deposits are not accepted and your funds will be returned to you at your expense.

Why has my card deposit failed?

Typically, if your card transaction is unsuccessful, it will be due to one of the common reasons below:

  • The cardholder's name does not match the account name

  • The card is not valid for e-commerce, cryptocurrency, or foreign transactions

  • The card is not enrolled for 3D Secure transactions

  • Insufficient funds or exceeded card limits

  • The cardholder entered the wrong 3D Secure password

  • Cardholders entered the wrong CVC code or expiry date

  • The card is expired

  • A card is a prepaid card

  • A repeated amount of small transactions were sent

  • The amount is more than 5,000 EUR/GBP/USD.

Why have I been asked for additional information after depositing?

Our Finance team reviews transactions once they arrive with us and occasionally, we may ask for additional verification information as we strive to remain compliant with banking regulations and standards.

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