Start by entering your basic details

Basic details

Who are you?

Tell us your name. If you're holding Israeli citizenship, we'll ask for your name in Hebrew as well.

Tell us your address in Israel. If you don't have an address, let us know by dropping us an email at support@olehpay.co.il

Upload two forms of ID

Upload Ids

Israeli law requires us to obtain two IDs from anyone that uses OlehPay.

If you hold Israeli citizenship, your primary ID should be your Teudat Zehut. Else, upload a passport.

As a seconadary ID, upload a driver's license or a passport. This ID should be different from the first.

Add an Israeli Account

Add an Israeli Destination account

This is the account you choose to send funds to.

The account should be in your name. If it isn't, drop us an email at support@olehpay.co.il to let us know.

Currently, one can add only one Israeli destination account per user.

Add an American Account

Add an American Source account

This is the account you choose to send funds from.

The account should be in your name. If it isn't, drop us an email at support@olehpay.co.il to let us know.

If you can't find your account in our console, or if you're having trouble adding your account, we can add your account manually. Send us an email at support@olehpay.co.il to let us know.

You can add multiple source accounts.

How to sign your account and begin making transfers

Signing your account and making a transfer

Before you can make a transfer you must sign your account. Click on the account you'd like to make a transfer from, and the "funding form" should populate.

Follow the prompts and sign the form. Once the form is signed, you may choose the account you'd like to make a transfer from and a console should appear asking for the amount you'd like to send.

Transactions cost 2%, regardless of the amount you send. Because OlehPay elimates banking fees both in the US and in Israel, you might save a lot of money using OlehPay. You can send up to a maximum of $12,500 per day.