PayPal Here App Update Lets You Add Customer Information to Each Order

Posted June 18, 2013 at 4:00pm by iClarified | Please help us and submit a translation by clicking here | 5404 views

The PayPal Here app has been updated to let you add customer information to each order.

Accept credit cards and get paid anywhere you do business with the PayPal Here app and card reader. Just a low per swipe* fee - no setup costs or monthly fees, and payments go into your account quickly. Accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover cards. Trust your business to the payment experts, PayPal.

*All card swipes and PayPal transactions have the same 2.7% rate in the US. When you manually enter a card number (type it in or scan it with your camera), the transaction rate is slightly higher.

Features:
•Charge a flat amount or itemize an order.
•Set up a product list to make order entry fast and easy.
•Offer discounts.
•Set up multiple tax rates.
•Give customers the option to add tips.
•Text or email receipts.
•Process full or partial refunds.
•Give employees partial access to your PayPal account so they can accept payments for you.

What's New In This Version:
• You can add customer information (name, email, phone number, address) to each order.
• Your Sales History now shows only completed orders.
• You can swipe cards from the order entry screen without tapping Charge first.
• Stability improvements and bug fixes.

You can download PayPal Here from the App Store for free.

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Tyronda - November 6, 2013 at 5:56pm
Every time I add my customers information, it updates the invoice that I generated. Why?
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