Paymate the best bid for eBay

Paymate (an Australian made online payment processor) has announced a partnership with eBay to provide credit card payment services for US eBay purchasers in the United States:

Dilip Rao, Managing Director for Paymate stated, “Paymate is delighted to extend our services beyond Australia and New Zealand into the USA, both to eBay members and website merchants. Our integration into eBay is a recognition of our global credentials as a safe and secure payment provider, making it really easy for sellers and buyers to select Paymate as their preferred payment option.”

It’s free to sign-up for a Paymate account and there are no monthly fees. Start accepting Visa or Mastercard payments (and in different currencies) today without the hassle or cost!

Upgrade with an Australian alternative to Paypal

You can now use Paymate to make a secure credit card payment to upgrade you Invoiceplace account to a yearly subscription. Paymate is an Australian made online payments service that has been serving thousands of buyers and sellers since 2001, and is an Australian alternative to using Paypal.

To use Paymate to upgrade your account login to your free Invoiceplace Lite account, and then click on the Upgrade link.

To make a secure online credit card payment using Paymate click on the button for the yearly plan you wish to upgrade to. You will be redirected to the Paymate website to make your payment.

Monthly subscriptions using Paymate are not yet available, but if you wish to have a monthly subscription using Paymate please contact us.

Online invoicing and accept credit card payments online with Paymate

If you have a Paymate sellers account you can use Invoiceplace to provide your customers with an easy and secure way to pay your invoice by credit card.

There is no need to pay extra for a merchant bank account, use your existing Australian or New Zealand bank account. Free sign-up, no monthly fees and you can accept credit card payments online. To find out more please click here.

Try Invoiceplace today – Easy Invoicing And Quotes From Anywhere. Sign up for free, click here to start.

Upgrade to paperless invoicing and accept credit card payments online

Paymate: Australian online payment gateway, pay online, buy online

Invoiceplace has partnered with Paymate (an Australian Made online payment service) to provide a safe, easy and efficient way to invoice your customers and receive credit card payments. Upgrade to a paperless invoicing system and don’t waste time printing and posting your invoices or waiting in line at the bank.

Use Invoiceplace to create an invoice and email directly to your customer. Your customer simply clicks on a link in the invoice which directs them to the Paymate website to make a secure credit card payment – and the money is deposited directly into your bank account.

There is no need to set-up a merchant bank account – use your existing Australian or New Zealand business bank account to create a seller account in order to receive credit card payments through Paymate.

Paymate seller accounts are available to Australian and New Zealand registered businesses. Receive payments from Visa and Mastercard credit cards in Australian Dollars, US Dollars, Euros, British Pounds or New Zealand Dollars.

You don’t have to worry about receiving or storing credit card numbers. Paymate (an Australian financial services business, licensed with ASIC (Licence No: 290582)) is responsible for processing the payment.

Take advantage of this exciting partnership by following these steps:

1. Register for a free Paymate seller’s account (no set-up fees).

There are no fees to pay to register.

Paymate: Australian online payment gateway, pay online, buy online

2. Login to Invoiceplace, and enter your Paymate username for your seller’s account in your supplier details.

The Paymate username is required so that your customer can make a payment through your Paymate account. Invoiceplace does not require or have access to your Paymate account.

Invoiceplace Paymate Integration Enter Paymate Username In Invoice Supplier Details

3. Create an invoice and select ‘Paymate (Credit Card)’ as a payment method.

You can only choose Paymate as a payment method if you have entered a Paymate username in the supplier details. Only invoices created in Australian Dollars, US Dollars, Euros, British Pounds or New Zealand Dollars can use Paymate as a payment method.

Invoiceplace Paymate Integration Enter Paymate Select Invoice Payment Method

4. Save and email the invoice to your customer.

Your customer opens the invoice and clicks on the ‘pay now’ button. This button is displayed in the PDF and Word invoice formats.
Invoiceplace Paymate Integration Print PDF invoice

Your customer is sent to the secure Paymate express payment website to make an online credit card payment.

5. Create a receipt in Invoiceplace after payment has been received in your bank account.

Choose ‘Paymate (Credit Card)’ as the payment method.

Invoiceplace Paymate Integration Create Receipt

6. Update your invoice templates and quote templates to include Paymate as a payment method.

Invoiceplace Paymate Integration Show Invoice Template

Edit an existing invoice template and click on the ‘Paymate (Credit Card)’ payment method option.

Invoiceplace Paymate Integration Edit Invoice Template

For more information please visit Paymate, sign-up for a sellers account then update your Invoiceplace account so you can start accepting online credit card payments today!

Try Invoiceplace – Easy Invoicing And Quotes From Anywhere. No sign up required, click here to start.