Setting up Payment options via the Payments tab

You can define which payment methods are accepted on your Online Store as well as configure taxes and fees via the Account >Payments tab.

 METHODS OF PAYMENT

There are 2 types of Online payments:

  • Credit Card (Amex, Visa and/or Mastercard)
  • E-check

To offer both types of online payments, you must have two separate merchant accounts (One to process credit cards and another for E-checks) Our payment provider partner, PAYSAFE, is the only merchant who can provide E-check accounts. 

NOTE: To apply for a merchant account, go to Account >Billing.

A merchant account is not required to enable Offline payments (Check/Cash/etc.)               WARNING: Offline payments allow your client to register to an activity without paying online. They will have to pay you on the premises. 

After activating the methods of payment via the Payments tab, you must determine which payment type you will accept for each Activity, Membership, Multipass, Merchandise and Fundraiser. WARNING: If you do not configure a payment type for each kind of item, clients will be able to checkout without paying online. 

Click here to find out How to select Payment methods for different items in your Store.

 

SALES TAX

Configure your tax settings which will be applied to applicable items in your Store. If you modify these settings in the future, you must manually modify the tax settings of all existing items. Only new created items will assume the characteristics of your modified settings.

SERVICE FEE

A service fee can be charged each time a client registers online. This fee will appear as a separate item on the invoice. 

ONE TIME FEE

This fee is billed to every client, only once, during the next transaction following its creation. 

WARNING: This fee will be applied once per person and will also be charged to your existing clients on their next purchase.

CLIENT BALANCES

You can allow your clients to pay their outstanding balance in their Amilia Account. The type of payment you enabled on your items will determine how your client can choose to pay.

Click here for more information on How to allow clients to pay their outstanding balance.

 

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