We accept the following major credit cards and currencies:
|All supported currencies
|All supported currencies
|USD, EUR, AUD, CAD, GPB, MXN, BRL, and more (not accepted in India, Argentina, Chile, Colombia, Costa Rica, Czech Republic, Hungary, Indonesia, India, Peru and South Africa.)
|AUD, JPY, TWD
|Discover, Diners Club
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A pre-authorization charge or fee is a temporary funds hold that may show up on your credit card or banking statement as a pending charge. It's a test transaction commonly used by online retailers to make sure the card is valid before running the full charge. If the pre-authorization fee is refused by the bank or credit card company, the full charge is cancelled, and the purchase won't be processed.
When you update credit card details or billing contact information in your SurveyMonkey account, we sometimes place a pre-authorization like this on the card—it's just to make sure the new details are valid. This temporary authorization is not a permanent charge. It should be automatically removed from the card in the next few days (typically within 7 business days, depending on the bank) and the funds restored to your account. The void may be listed as a refund, or the pre-authorization fee may simply be deleted from your account history since it wasn't a real charge.
Your card issuer or bank may add a currency conversion or foreign transaction fee to your payment. If you have a larger than expected charge, please contact your provider for information on what rates and fees may apply, as these are not controlled by or known to SurveyMonkey.
If your card has been updated but the card information in your SurveyMonkey account is out of date, you may see the charge posted to your new card.
When a payment is sent to a card issuer, our payment processor uses the card details stored in the SurveyMonkey account. If this information is outdated, the card issuer has two options: they can choose to use this information to accept the charge and post it on the updated card, or they can decline the charge. If they accept the charge and post it on the updated card, on our end we may see the outdated card details or the updated card details.
This is a relatively common situation when customers receive an updated card—the card issuer often continues to accept charges made to the outdated card for some time because they don’t want their customers to lose access to any paid subscriptions, like SurveyMonkey.