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    GS commented  · 

    This is actually working in our favour right now as RepairShopr has the date format wrong for Canada.

    (Locking a date format to something else like country is a really bad idea anyway, as it forces companies / clients to use date formats they might not be familiar with).

    Half of RS when set to Canada has the date as YYYY-MM-DD (the closest thing Canada has to an official date format - used by the Fed etc.), and half they system uses the USA format (Middle Big Smallest).

    05/03/19

    Is that:
    2005-03-19
    2019-05-03
    2019-03-05

    RepairShopr's ambiguous date formats and weird hand-railing date formats to countries is one of our biggest pet peeves with it.

    I'd suggest in the spirit of fixing this issue AND being more viable for international customers, development hours should simply be spent adding an easy date format selection in settings and have dates throughout the system respect the setting. That's how countless softwares handle this (WordPress pops into my head right away).

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    We are still holding off on this, it would be great if we could also find a partner/integration that can do one-time payments easily that support EMV that would could build into the POS – and not only the recurring invoices.

    GS commented  · 

    I'd just like to point out that GoCardless works in more than just Britain. At time of writing, It's available all over Europe, NZ, AU, Canada (and imminently, the USA).

    It appears to be the best debit option for a platform wanting a one-stop-shop for a debit option for users. They have a pretty friendly API / Integration docs too.

    Selfishly, Plooto is superior for the US / Canada, but for all of the users from all over, GoCardless offers the greatest country coverage.

    3 votes from our team in Canada / the US / the EU. Now if only we could bill customers in their local currency and not just our base currency!! *cough* multi-currency* :)

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