Here are the 4 ways clients may utilize QuickBooks Payments to handle digital payments:
Online bill payment options for customers include credit card, debit card, PayPal, Venmo, and ACH bank transfer. The customer will accomplish this by clicking the “Pay Now” button on the invoice.
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A mobile device can be used by clients to pay their invoices. They must download the QuickBooks Payments app and register for an account before they can accomplish this. As soon as they’ve made an account, customers may scan the invoice’s QR code or input the invoice number and sum.
To take credit and debit card payments if you have a physical location, you may utilize a card reader. Using your mobile device with QuickBooks Payments’ free card reader is possible.
You can physically handle a client’s payment if they prefer not to pay online or through a mobile device. You must accomplish this by entering the payment details into QuickBooks Payments.
Depending on your business needs and preferences, you may handle digital payments in one of several ways using QuickBooks Payments. Offer all 4 options if you want to give your consumers the maximum freedom.
The following are some advantages of utilizing QuickBooks Payments to handle electronic payments:
Secure: In order to safeguard the financial information of your clients, QuickBooks Payments employs market-leading security measures.
Convenient: Customers may quickly and simply pay their invoices online, on the phone, or in person.
Simple to use: Setting up and using QuickBooks Payments is simple. Payments might be accepted immediately now.
Affordable: For processing payments, QuickBooks Payments provides reasonable fees.