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GoPayment and Recurring Charges

Is there any way (even a work around) to do a recurring payment on the mobile credit card app GoPayment?

 

I don't see any reference online to the ability to do this.  Am I missing something? Or, is it possible to convert a charge to recurring in the desktop version of QuickBooks once the transaction synchronizes?

 

Many Thanks,

Rick

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Re: GoPayment and Recurring Charges

Glad you dropped by the Community space, rikwall.

 

Allow me to address your concern about recurring payment in QuickBooks Desktop.

 

Before you set up a recurring payment, you must get a signed authorization form from your customer. On the Create recurring payment page, click the Authorization Form link to download a PDF file that contains the terms of the recurring payment. Send or give the form to your customer to complete.

 

Step 1: To create a recurring payment:

  • If you will connect recurring payments to QuickBooks Desktop:
  1. Open QuickBooks, from the Customers menu, select Credit Card Processing Activities.
  2. Select Set Up Recurring Payments.
  • If you will use standalone Recurring payments:
  1. Sign in to Merchant Service Center .

Step 2: Create the recurring charge:

  1. From the menu, select Processing Tools.
  2. Select Create a Recurring Charge or if you are on the Manage Recurring payments screen, select Create.

Check out this article to learn more: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/community/Payments/Create-a-recurring-credit-card-payment/m-p/186132.

 

Let me know if there's anything else you need, I'll be here to help. Have a good one!

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Re: GoPayment and Recurring Charges

Thanks Rose Marjorie.

 

It's kind of odd that GoPayment requires a written authorization for recurring. Other mobile credit card processing companies do not (Click & Pledge, Square, Swipe, etc.) That's extremely cumbersome if you are in the field selling raffle tickets or some such thing. Pretty much a deal killer for us since 20% or more of the annual income for our nonprofit comes from field raffle sales.

 

Rick