Payment methods

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We know you can't wait to join and start reading your way through Scribd's collection. We can't wait either! But first, let's cover what payment methods are accepted by Scribd as well as ease any doubts you may have when it comes to your personal security.

What payment methods can I use?

If you're signing up online through the Scribd website, we currently accept subscriptions using a Visa, MasterCard, Discover, or American Express card. Users on the iOs Safari browser generally also see the option to use Apple Pay, while those using the Chrome browser can opt for Google Pay. We also accept PayPal in most countries! 

Want to read on your iPhone? You can manage a Scribd subscription via iTunes, or pay by card.

Our Android users will find the option to connect a Google Pay account, as well as the classic options of card or PayPal.

Please note: We do not accept pre-paid or non-reloadable cards at this time.

Is my payment information secure?

When you enter or update your payment information with Scribd, that data is transmitted securely over SSL encryption. Whether you pay by credit card, direct carrier billing, or iTunes, your information is secured and encrypted to protect your information. 

Your payment information is only ever stored by PayPal, or by Adyen, Fortumo, EBANX, or CyberSource - our credit card processing services. We do not store any of your credit card details directly on Scribd's servers. We know your information is valuable and requires the utmost care. We want you to feel safe on Scribd. Just know, Scribd's connections to PayPal, CyberSource, Fortumo, and Adyen are secured and encrypted to protect your data when you choose to make a purchase with us. 

If you have any questions, concerns, or troubles with completing a purchase on Scribd, please contact Scribd support for assistance. There's nothing more important than making sure your money is secure and your purchase is working properly so don't be shy about contacting us with any issue you're encountering ⁠— we're always happy to help. 

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