Accepting credit and debit cards is currently the quickest and easiest way to get paid online.
You must have an account with a payment processor that supports one of these payment gateways. If you do not see your gateway listed then please contact us at email@example.com to discuss getting it added.
Once you are established with a payment processor, setting up credit card payments is easy! Follow these steps to start accepting credit card payments in minutes.
Paying with credit or debit card is fairly straightforward for customers. When a customer is viewing a payment form they would select Credit Card as the payment method. Then they will enter in their card information and click pay. We will give them a receipt immediately following a successful payment
Like customers, internal Invoiced users have the ability to apply a payment to an account with a credit card payment on an invoice. Whether a customer has saved a credit card payment method on file or has provided the user with the information, easily access the virtual terminal for payments by navigating to the invoice and selecting receive payment -> charge. From there, you can select the saved credit card or enter a new card for use.
Credit card payments work with AutoPay when your customer has a saved card on file.
Credit card payments support charging customers a convenience fee when they pay with a debit or credit card. A convenience fee is a % markup added to the final transaction amount. You may charge up to 4% convenience fees.
When enabled, convenience fees add a % fee to the total payment amount of any credit or debit card charge. Convenience fees are not applied towards outstanding balances.
Convenience fees can be setup with the following instructions:
When a customer makes a payment with a credit or debit card they will see a warning on the payment page about the convenience fee.