Advertising & marketing
Venmo is not current engaging in advertising or marketing with outside contractors. If you have a specific partnership idea in mind that you'd like to explore, email firstname.lastname@example.org.
Student organizations & clubs
Venmo is not sponsoring clubs or events at this time. We also do not have a campus rep program at this time.
If your event is a direct recruiting event (hackathon, career fair, etc.), please contact email@example.com.
If you're interested in working/interning at Venmo, head over to https://venmo.com/about/jobs/.
Brick and Mortar Stores
There are a few ways that businesses can accept payments from a user’s Venmo account. For instance, the Venmo Debit Card is accepted anywhere in the U.S. where Mastercard is accepted. Venmo QR codes also support in-store transactions using a customer’s Venmo account. Please visit our For Merchants page for more information.
Right now, Venmo is working with select merchant partners in a limited release. We do not support purchases made to unauthorized merchants. For more information about accepting Venmo as a payment method in your app or mobile website, please see this article.
Venmo does not yet have international capabilities, but we hope to develop them in the future.
Venmo does not offer loans to users.
Venmo offers charity profiles for charitable organizations (and 501c3s) that have confirmed their charity status on PayPal. If you have a PayPal charity account, you can connect to Venmo from the PayPal App Center. Learn more about signing up for a Venmo charity profile.
You may also be able to work with PayPal or Braintree to integrate Venmo as a checkout option in your organization’s app or website. You can find more information about accepting Venmo for your business here.
Personal profiles should not be used to receive funds for user-created donation campaigns or non-profits.