For residents of Russia

  1. Deposit methods
  2. Step-by-step instructions

Residents of Russia can only top up their Toloka accounts in rubles, but the top-up amount is specified in US dollars. Then it's converted to RUB including VAT. The “USD/RUB” conversion is based on the Central Bank of Russia's exchange rate at the time of invoicing (UTC).

Restriction. The minimum top-up amount is USD 1.

Deposit methods

Depending on the Profile type you chose during registration (individual or legal entity), you can use different ways to add funds to your account:
How to top up your account How long it takes to credit funds to the account Information for the Payment Reference field
Individual Visa or EuroCard/MasterCard. 15 minutes
Bank transfer 3 to 10 days Invoice number
Legal entity Corporate Visa or EuroCard/MasterCard 15 minutes
Bank transfer 3 to 10 days Invoice number
How to top up your account How long it takes to credit funds to the account Information for the Payment Reference field
Individual Visa or EuroCard/MasterCard. 15 minutes
Bank transfer 3 to 10 days Invoice number
Legal entity Corporate Visa or EuroCard/MasterCard 15 minutes
Bank transfer 3 to 10 days Invoice number

Step-by-step instructions

  1. On the Profile page, click Top up account.
  2. If you're topping up your account for the first time, the Connect to billing system page will open. Follow these steps:

    1. Fill in your details.

      Note. This information will be included in accounting documents (service invoices).
    2. Click Connect.
  3. Enter the transfer amount.

    The maximum top-up amount from a bank card is $3500.

  4. Choose the payment method: Bank card or Bank transfer or Paypal.

  5. Click Top up.

    1. Enter your card details.

      Note. To avoid having to enter your card details again later, enable the Save card for future payments option.
    2. Click the Pay button.
    3. Track the receipt of money in your Toloka account on the Profile page (the Transactions history tab).

If the money wasn't credited to the account within the specified period: