payment choices?

danny kay

New Member
Hi,

My name is Danny am am pretty new to the forum. I'm currently in the process of open my own design & print office and I'm wanting to know what forms of payment I should offer?

I suspect all of my clients will be local and so cash dropped at the office is ok however, can anyone help with me with a online site that would allow me to take card payments?
 

Minuteman Press

Active Member
If you're b2b - BACS, cheques, cards (need not have Amex), cash (as you say).
May also want to consider a Purchase Order process.
 

Corrosive

Well-Known Member
I suspect all of my clients will be local and so cash dropped at the office is ok however, can anyone help with me with a online site that would allow me to take card payments?

Paypal? That has a full invoicing and payment tracking service as well if you get a business account.
 

Tony Hardy

Well-Known Member
Can you just do bank transfers too? That option works for me. You get proof that the money's went in with your statement etc. I also use Paypal, just remember to charge your 3% extra. :)
 

garlex

Member
Hi,

My name is Danny am am pretty new to the forum. I'm currently in the process of open my own design & print office and I'm wanting to know what forms of payment I should offer?

I suspect all of my clients will be local and so cash dropped at the office is ok however, can anyone help with me with a online site that would allow me to take card payments?

You should also talk to your bank about card payments and having a machine on th premises, works well for us, you can process over the phone as well as when you have visitors
 
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