QuickBooks Online, QuickBooks Desktop, and QuickBooks Self-Employed now offer the option for your customers to pay the e-Invoices you send them with Apple Pay.
How do I begin accepting Apple Pay?
Once your account is approved, you'll be able to accept bank transfers/ACH, Apple Pay, and credit cards.
How do my customers pay me with Apple Pay?
First, create an invoice and select Credit card under Payment Options at the top of the screen. (You should see Apple Pay as one of the credit card types listed.) Fill out the invoice and send it to your customer.
When they open it from their email, they'll be able to use Apple Pay if:
- They have Apple Pay set up on their iPhone, iPad, or Mac, and
- They view the invoice in Safari, and
- They have an active credit card in their Apple wallet.
Your customer can then tap the Buy with Apple Pay or Apple Pay button and make the payment.
How do I know when someone has paid me?
What fees are charged if a customer pays an Invoice with Apple Pay?
If a customer pays an invoice with Apple Pay and your plan includes Invoice pricing, the Card-Invoiced rate will be applied. If your plan does not include Invoice pricing, the Card-Keyed rate will be applied.
Where can I see the status of Apple Pay transactions?
How long does it take for an Apple Pay payment to be deposited?
How do I reverse an Apple Pay payment?
Will Refund transaction fees still apply?
How do I dispute an Apple Pay transaction?
How do I handle a chargeback?
If my customer pays me with Apple Pay, will my books auto-update?
Where is my money deposited if my customer pays with Apple Pay?
Will Apple Pay work with all credit and debit cards?
Apple Pay works with most major credit and debit cards from nearly all US banks.