ACH / E-check Processing
Many of our clients prefer to have us ACH them .. we would like to see a way within repairshopr to support this, ESPECIALLY for recurring billing! Maybe using something like Authorize.net's echeck .. or our preference would be to fully integrate with the credit card processor BluePay (who has full API/programming/code sample available).
Hey everyone, we had a beta live with a client for a few weeks and then Worldpay had a business shift and moved us from Element to Check Commerce for the back end and it’s been months to try to get it sorted so we can onboard new accounts again. We think we’re close again. I would expect there could be news about this in a few weeks now.
Just adding a mention for GoCardless here. They have a super easy API / docs and from my research offer the broadest range of countries for ACH / PAD / Debit.
If a platform in looking to provide an option for its users in as many countries as possible, I suspect they're the one.
No affiliation. I'd just be disappointed if a whole bunch of effort was sunk into debit and the result was an "only available to USA customers" release.
3 votes from us working across Canada, the US and the EU.
*it also works with multi-currency when Repairshopr adds it* a man can dream...
Lori Nyberg commented
I agree - is there an update? We're slowly switching our clients over to pay by check because it costs way too much for credit card fees but it'd be a lot nicer if we could just do an ACH payment. We'd love this service - we're not interested on spending any extra money on credit card fees.
Dan Illausky commented
I'd also like an update on this. We've had a few more customers request this recently and I'd love to save on cc fees by switching to ACH.
Any Updates on this Troy?
Kurtis Florance commented
Not having ACH capabilities is driving me to move away from RS - Can the community get an update on this or shall we start looking elsewhere?
Rico De La Combe commented
Do you need another beta tester? We could really use this feature.
Any updates on this?
Any progress on this?
James White commented
We could BETA?
Aaron Pierce commented
Hey Troy, I know stripe has made some updates with ACH processing. Is this a possibility from Stripe?
Nancy Sabino commented
Is there any update on this?
@SemiCircuit: Yes, would prefer Auth.net also!
@Troy: Auth.net has this and tons of other platforms support them. Please don't avoid them just because they aren't the "preferred gateway/merchant" of RS. They are a great gateway and millions of businesses use them and LOVE them! Great CS company!
not a fan of vantiv. there are tons of providers for this and probably better not to tie your customers to merchant services provider for ach. thats the equivalent to buying a tv with a blueray player built-in; just a bad idea in my opinion.
another option would be BILL.com integration. pricing per transaction and service is best Ive see for ach. Just my two cents.
also, as yourself and others have already stated. authorize.net is a fairly ubiquitous provider that will mesh with many 3rd party ach providers.
heres a quick list of others:
bluepay - as you mentioned, looks interesting (took a quick peek at their webpage is my extent of knowledge)
Hell, I think even paypal can do custom ach programs as an aggregator. You would have to contact them but based on volume I believe they can make some competitive offerings through a platform which most are already connected to.
Any Update on this?
Any updates on this Troy?
Jeff Gladney commented
The last comment on this was about two months ago and you said the a few weeks. Can you give us an update?
We use ACH for automatic billing through authorize.net. It's an absolute necessity at this point and not having this integration is my biggest gripe about RepairShopr. Without the integration, billing for all of our ACH clients becomes a tedious and manual task. Authorize.net does its part automatically, but we have to manually mark invoices paid and send out receipts through RepairShopr. We would save hours and hours of time if this integration was available.
Soooo... Planned? @Troy
@TerryRiv: User Seby Bell just posted a ditto of your comment on the RS Facebook group
@Anonymous: New phone, who dis?
@Chuckles: Sorry, you are out of votes.lol