To a Yandex.Money Account

Accept transfers from debit and credit cards, from other Wallets, via direct carrier billing, and in cash. Everyone can make transfers—even those who have never been on our site before.

Nuance: you need to keep track of your balance. If you hit the limit, incoming transfers will be declined:

  • anonymous users can keep up to 15,000 rubles in their Wallet
  • identified users can keep up to 500,000 rubles in their Wallet.

More about our tools:

Fundraising Page

The simplest way to collect money to your Wallet is to share a link to your fundraising page.

We prepare such page for every account: click your balance, and you will see your fundraising link.

On this page, the sender can enter the transfer amount and select the transfer option: from bank card or another Yandex.Money Wallet.

The commission is paid by the sender: 0.5%—for transfers from Yandex.Money Wallet, 1%—for transfers from a card.

Page for Adding Money

On this page, you can see all methods of adding money to your Yandex.Money account: debit and credit cards, cash, online banking, and others. The commission is paid by the sender; its amount depends on the method.

To get on the page, push 'Add' near your account balance.“”

Send the link to this page and your Wallet number to the person you expect to accept money from. This person will be able to choose the transfer method.

Proceed to the page for adding money

“Yasobe.ru” Page

Yasobe.ru fundraising page is a convenient way to raise money for a joint gift or another good thing. This page allows for accepting payments from debit or credit cards and Yandex.Money accounts.

Transfer commission from cards—2%; transfer commission from Yandex.Money account—0.5%. If someone transfers you 100 rubles from a bank card, you will get 98 rubles. If someone transfers you 100 rubles from a Yandex.Money account, you will get 99.5 rubles.

Button for creating a page under the How to raise money section. “”

  1. Specify what you are raising money for.
  2. If needed, enter a recommended amount and add some information.
  3. Specify the Yandex.Money account for crediting money to.
  4. Create an ending of your page's web address yasobe.ru/na/...
  5. Share the link in person or post it to your blog and social networks. And you are ready to accept money to your Yandex.Money account.

Every incoming transfer is saved to your History.

Create a page

Email Invoice

Yandex.Money allows you to issue invoices to any person. Invoices are sent via email. Recipients can pay directly from the email.

Transfer commission from cards—2%; transfer commission from Yandex.Money account—0.5%. If someone transfers you 100 rubles from a bank card, you will get 98 rubles. If someone transfers you 100 rubles from a Yandex.Money account, you will get 99.5 rubles.

Button for issuing an invoice under the How to raise money section. “”

  1. Specify purpose of the invoice, amount to be paid, and both your and your client's email.
  2. The client will get the invoice and select the transfer method.
  3. You will see details of the payment in your History.

Issue invoice

Form and Button on Your Site

Our forms and buttons allow for accepting money to your Yandex.Money account directly on your site: from bank cards, from other Yandex.Money accounts, or by direct carrier billing.

The form supports accepting money using all three transfer methods.

Create a form

The button supports one transfer method of your choice. You can place several buttons with different methods on your site.

Create a button

About commission:

  • transfers from a Yandex.Money Wallet—0.5% of the amount. If someone transfers you 100 rubles, you will get 99.5 rubles.
  • transfers from a debit or credit card—2%. If someone transfers you 100 rubles, you will get 98 rubles to your Wallet.
  • when accepting money by direct carrier billing, the commission is charged from the sender; its amount depends on the mobile carrier. Beeline: 7.95% + 10 rubles, MTS: 10.86% + 10 rubles, Tele2: 15,86%.
Additionally: balance widget, notifications, API

The “My Balance” widget shows the amount you have already raised. You can place the widget on your site or blog.

The HTTP notifications allow you to get notified about deposits and see all details at once: amount, date, time, transaction number, information about the sender. This solution will be convenient if your service should automatically perform any actions right after accepting a transfer.

The Yandex.Checkout API allows you to adjust styling of your forms and buttons, embed payment methods in a mobile app, set up one-click payments, and apply lots of other things.