I have a portable, bluetooth card reader and Quickbooks online. Is there any way to use the chip or swipe card reader directly from my PC? Currently I have to create the sale on the PC then open up the Go Payment app on my phone to take the payment. I realize I can create the sale on the app too but it's easier on the PC! If I can't use the portable reader, what are my options?
You've come to the right place, @Julee0717.
I can share some details about having a chip or swipe card reader that will be connected directly to your PC to take a payment.
Great news! QuickBooks Online now offers a USB card reader. You can now swipe a card on your computer. To learn on how to order it, please check out this link: USB credit card reader with QuickBooks Online.
Once you already have it, you can swipe a credit card by following these steps:
To learn more about this process, please refer to this article: Use a USB credit card reader with QuickBooks Online.
There you have it!
Feel free to reach back out to me if you need additional assistance with this concern. I'm always here to lend a hand. Wishing you and your business continued success.
Thank you for the reply. Are there any plans to add a chip reader to this device? I thought that chip readers were safer than swiping?
I'd be happy to assist you today, Julee0717.
Let me provide you with some information about card readers in QuickBooks Online.
For QuickBooks Online we do have Swipe reader and Chip reader for receiving payments through our GoPayment.
Both readers are safe. We have implemented streamlined bank-level security in protecting your information, making sure that your information is yours alone. Rest assured we at Intuit place great value in safety and security.
You can more details about our chip reader here: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/blog/whats-new/gopayment-emv-chip-card-reader/.
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Thanks for joining us here, Shane8.
Swiping cards will be charged 2.4% of the total amount of the transaction + 25¢ per transaction. Let me get you this link for a comparison chart: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/pricing/.
I'll be around if you need anything else.
Am I correct that for a USB connection ONLY card swipers will work (none of the list of compatible USB devices are chip readers). For a chip reader you are required to use a bluetooth connection? Is there any way to get a chip reader to work on a desktop, our business can't use a phone app to take payments, but the chip readers primarily are for the phone app not for the merchantservices website.
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Thanks for joining this thread, @Claytons12.
To get the card reader, you’ll have to sign up for a QuickBooks Payments account and then place the order to get one. Let me show the steps to subscribe.
Once done, click this link to order the device: Mobile payments.
For an overview on how to receive payments towards an invoice or sales receipts, check out the following article: How do I?
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