Methods to receive payouts

For travelers

Grabr pays via direct bank deposit (ACH transfer) to banks based in the United States. If you do not have a US bank account, we have alternative options for you. You will be given the opportunity to select one of these methods when setting up your payout method. 


GrabrFi: US account for non-US residents

Available to residents of Argentina, Brazil, Canada, Chile, Colombia, France, Germany, Italy, Mexico, Portugal, Spain, United Kingdom & Vietnam

With GrabrFi, you'll be able to open a US account and get paid in US dollars without currency exchange fees. From any company and client, including Grabr. All you need is your driver's license, national ID or passport to get started

  • Pay in US dollars with a physical debit Mastercard
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Add to Apple Pay or Google Pay to use right away
  • Withdraw cash from ATMs around the world
  • Transfer to local currency anytime
  • Free to open, no maintenance fees
  • Through our technology provider, Synapse, and their bank partner in the US, Lineage Bank, Member FDIC, your money is insured up to $250,000 USD by the FDIC

Learn more and open a GrabrFi account today!


CashCard: a prepaid US VISA card

Available to travelers who do not qualify for a GrabrFi account*

CashCard is a virtual prepaid US VISA card. With CashCard, you’ll be able to make purchases online and in-person** anywhere VISA is accepted. You’ll be able to enjoy the ability to make purchases in US dollars without any foreign exchange fees.

  • Add to Apple Pay or Google Pay to use right away
  • No foreign transaction fees
  • Free to have, no maintenance fees

Please note that CashCard does not support the following

  • ATM withdrawals
  • Use with money transfer and cryptocurrency services such as Wise, Xoom, Western Union, Binance, CoinBase, etc.

*CashCard is not available for residents of Cuba, Iran, North Korea, Russia Syria & Sudan

**To make in-person purchases with a virtual card, the merchant must accept Apple Pay and Google Pay


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