Sunday, December 14, 2008
You can now email an invoice to your customer and receive credit card payments with your Paypal account with Invoiceplace. Your customer simply clicks on a Paypal link in an invoice, makes a payment and you receive the funds in your bank account – no extra effort or hassle!
If you don’t use Paypal you can sign-up for free. If you already have a Paypal account follow these easy steps to start accepting payments online when billing with Invoiceplace.
1. Enter your Paypal username in the supplier details
Your Paypal username is required so that your customers are automatically directed to pay into your account. Your username by itself does not provide access to change you Paypal account details or access your money.
2. Choose Paypal as a payment option in an invoice
Give your customer the option of paying via Paypal. To give your customers choice and flexibility you can choose other payment options as well.
3. Email the invoice to your customer
Your customer can only pay via Paypal when they receive the invoice in an email, because the invoice will include a web address link that will automatically direct them to Paypal.
4. Your customer selects Paypal as a payment option in the invoice
When you customer receives an invoice from an email there will be a Paypal button available. Clicking on this will redirect them to Paypal to make a secure payment for the amount due.
5. Your customer makes a secure payment using Paypal
Your invoice number, description and amount due is already set in Paypal. If you have already received payments for an invoice only the outstanding amount due will show.
Please note that currently Paypal is only supported for the following currencies:
- Australian Dollar (AUD);
- US Dollar (USD);
- Euro (EUR);
- British Pound Sterling (GBP);
- New Zealand Dollar (NZD);
- Hong Kong Dollar (HKD); and
- Singapore Dollar (SGD).
Try Invoiceplace today – Easy Invoicing And Quotes From Anywhere. Sign up for free, click here to start.