How do you want to get paid?
First, here's a summary of what's possible with the payment integrations:
|EMV (Chip Cards)||Yes|
|Mobile App Support||Yes||Yes|
|Keyed Credit Card Entry||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|USB Swiper Credit Card Entry||Yes||Yes|
|Store Card Numbers|
(for regular transactions and
|Payment Link in Invoice Emails||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Take Payment from Customer Portal||Yes||Yes||Yes||Yes|
|Availability||USA only||USA, UK, Australia, Canada||Check Availability Here||USA / UK||Worldwide|
***If you plan on using Authorize.net or Stripe, please see their disclaimer at the bottom of this article.
The benefit to integrating credits cards within the system is your reconciling will be simpler or non-existent. You won't have to track payments between the processor and the invoicing system.
You don't necessarily need to change anything initially, in fact, you may want to continue using your existing credit card solution while you get the hang of the software! You can add credit card integration at any point down the road. Many users create a workflow while sticking with their current credit card solution. Both approaches work well, so choose the one you are most comfortable with.
Option 1: Use Existing Credit Card Processor outside of the System
No setup is required for this option. All you need to do is mark the invoice as "Offline CC" when selecting the payment method to trigger the invoice to show as "paid" in RepairShopr.
Please note, that we are unable to support any offline payment methods or POS systems. This includesQuickbooks Merchant Services for payment processing. Furthermore, if you want to use Quickbooks for accounting, you'll need a payment processor other than Quickbooks Merchant Services.
Option 2: Vantiv Credit Card Processing (Recommended)
Vantiv is the most comprehensive payment integration we have and its at the best rate. If you would like to learn more about what Vantiv offers please refer to this article.
Option 3: Authorize.net
Authorize.net is a gateway. They can connect to your existing merchant account or help you find a new one. A merchant account is the account that connects to your bank, i.e. it is where the money is sent. A gateway is where the credit card information is entered. It checks with the credit card company and then sends the money to the merchant account.
A typical configuration is getting a merchant account at your bank. Once you have that, any gateway/terminal can connect to it.
If you want to use Authorize.net you will need to contact support for a special link to access it.
Follow this link for setup instructions: Authorize.net Setup Information
Option 4: Square
Square can only be used for the iOS or Android apps. You find integration instructions here.
Option 5: Stripe
If you have stripe and would like to set it up with the software you find set up information here.
Please note: Stripe has listed "Personal computer technical support" as a prohibited business on their FAQ page.
"The following categories of businesses and business practices are prohibited from using the Stripe Service (“Prohibited Businesses”). Most, although not all, of these Prohibited Business categories are imposed by Card Network rules or the requirements of our banking providers or processors. If you are uncertain as to whether your business is a Prohibited Business, or have questions about how these requirements apply to you, please contact us.
By registering for Stripe, you are confirming that you will not use the Service to accept payments in connection with the following businesses, business activities or business practices:"
Please contact them if you have any questions.