We can issue payouts to your bank or PayPal account (does not apply to Audience Netowrk users).
You will need:
Government agencies use tax ID numbers to identify both individuals and businesses when assessing any taxes required by law. Where you live and how your run your business factors into which tax ID numbers you'll need.
Payout Account Admins have the ability to edit company and financial information, while App Admins and Page Admins have access to both app and page-level features, but cannot edit financial information.
To update your payout account and financial information, you must be the Financial Admin of your payout account.To update your account information:
Please note, it may take a few days to finalize any changes you make to your company or financial information. Additionally, your ability to receive your payout may be affected if you edit any info before a payment is scheduled.
You must be the Financial Admin of your payout account to modify or add new users. To update or add someone as an admin:
Facebook only sends payments in United States dollars (USD). If your bank requires an intermediary or correspondent account in order to receive USD payments, please include the following:
You'll receive payments around the 21st of each month for the previous month's balance.
Facebook issues payments twice per month: One payment for activity between the 1st and the 15th of the month, and a second payment for activity between the 16th and the end of the month. Facebook will issue payments approximately 21 days after the end of each bimonthly period. Visit the Facebook Developer Payments Terms for more information.
To check the status of your payment:
If the status shows "Rejected/Pending Payment", please confirm that your Payout Account Detail Information is accurate. Additionally, you can also contact us by clicking on the "Need Help?" button within the Audience Network Dashboard for further information.
An invoice shows your monthly earnings over the course of a month. Your account's invoice is generated by our finance team before payment. The account number on this invoice is an internal number for our records.
A remittance statement shows the amount paid by Facebook to your account for your earnings over the course of a month. When our bank initiates the payment to your bank account you will receive a remittance statement around the third week of the month.
In order to review your current balance, please view your daily reports and payout reports to calculate your current balance via our payments API. You can download daily reports for the previous 45 days.
Payments are transferred to your linked account when you accumulate a minimum of $100 in revenue. If your payment balance is less than $100 for any given payment period, payment will be rolled over to the next payout cycle. Rollover will continue until your payment balance reaches $100.
To verify you're the Financial Admin of your payout account, please visit the Facebook Developers site.
Facebook values the trust you place in us and takes the necessary steps to prevent unauthorized access to your information. We store your financial information on secured servers and take extra steps to protect this info from hackers.
While we may share your contact or other profile information according to our data policy, no banking or PayPal information is shared except as necessary when making payments or complying with legal requirements.
Facebook may store your information to prevent you from having to re-enter it for future payouts. Additionally, should you request that Facebook makes changes to your payment information, we may retain certain evidence supporting these changes (example: bank information).
If you're experiencing issues or have any payments questions, let us know and we’ll work with you to make sure the problem is addressed.
If you haven't received your payment by the 21st of the month, please check the following before contacting support:
For more information on monetization and payouts for charitable organizations, please visit our Fundraising and Donations page.