Simple transactional pricing

Within Canada


As little as
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International Payments


Flat fee
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You also get

Unlimited transactions

No monthly fee

Unlimited payees

No setup fees

Unlimited users

No minimums

Pay only for what you need

While the first 25 transactions each month are $1.00 each, volume discounts are applied for larger volumes. When you make more than 50 transactions in a month, additional transactions are only $0.50 each.

Total Cost

$ 10.00

$1.00 per transaction


Competitive exchange rates on over 7 currencies

Sending money overseas is now more affordable and easier than ever. Use our currency calculator here to check our live rates at any time – this includes the cross-border fee and is the full amount that they would receive. No surprise costs!

Current rate

1 CAD = 0.75 USD

You send

They get

Frequently asked questions

Really? No hidden fees? No monthly fees?

Yes! Other payment platforms for businesses have hidden fees. You don't really know what you're paying until you get the bill from them. For us, it's one simple pricing. So, you'll never have any surprises ever.

Is Plooto safe?

We take security very seriously. All your information is encrypted using bank-grade 256-bit encryption and secured behind firewall with limited access.

Can I trust Plooto?

We are an accredited Better Business Bureau (BBB) business, which means we are committed to building trust, transparency and credibility. Don't take our word for it, read what one of our customers have to say about us.

How do I pay Plooto’s fee?

The small fee is included when you complete a payment. As for collecting receivables, you have the option of requesting that your customer pay for it or we can deduct it from the total of that transaction.

How much does it cost to collect receivables?

When you're collecting receivables, you can either ask your customer to pay Plooto's small fee or you can pay for it.

Can I send payments to the US?

Yes, you can send payments to any bank or credit union in the US. All you need is your payee’s routing number and account number.