Sometimes accounts are flagged for manual review by Stripe. If this happens and Stripe determines the MCC on an account is inaccurate, we might update it. You can set the MCC manually when you create accounts. The examples below use the code for Computer Software Stores , but you can see a full list in the next section. Sign in. An image of the Stripe logo. Create account. Business operations. Financial services.
Developer tools. All products. Get started. Collect payments then pay out. Enable other businesses to accept payments directly. Pay out money. Explore Connect. Onboard your accounts. Choose your account type.
Service agreement types. Account capabilities. Additional verifications. Update verified info. Accept payments. Create a charge. Create a payments page. Create payment links with Connect. Connect integration guide. Automatic payment methods. Set statement descriptors. Create subscriptions.
Create invoices. Debit connected accounts. Pay out. Set bank and debit card payouts. Bank accounts. Manage payout schedule. Manual payouts. Payout reversals. Instant Payouts. Cross-border payouts. Manage funds. Add money to your platform balance. Account balance. Handle other currencies. What is an MCC code? Merchant Category Codes MCC are 4 digit numbers used by the payments industry to classify businesses by market segment.
At WePay, we use a similar code to help us better understand your business. Below is the list of MCCs that we use to classify your account under. What are the MCCs in the range ? The following table includes a list of MCCs in the range — and the description for each code. Skip to content Info The hedgehog was engaged in a fight with Read More. What MCC ?
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