Facebook shop issues solved with change currency

Setting up a shop on Facebook can be a very rewarding thing, although there are times when it becomes a nightmare, one issue that keeps cropping up is having the correct currency set. Facebook shop change currency is a topic that has been causing a great deal of confusion, and there have certainly been some strange answers as to go about this.

However, there is a very simple way to do this, which will save you a great deal of time, and also stop you getting involved in huge debates in some forums that seem to be giving some very strange answers.


How to change the Facebook shop default currency? On the pages that you can now have a shop people have come across a massive issue where the currency is set to USD, which is not ideal if you cater for another market.

Let’s say that you wanted it to be the British Pound (£), all you have to do is to delete the shop and then add a new one. Once you have done this, you will then get to choose the currency to anything you like.

Give it a try, trust us it does work and is the easiest and quickest way to change the currency to anything you like, such as Euro and Hong Kong Dollar.

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Written by Peter Chubb

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