QUICKLY AND EASILY ACCEPT PAYMENTS ONLINE WITH SQUARE ONLINE CHECKOUTSeptember 19, 2020 / by Marco / Categories : Business, Technology, website
Did you know you can use Square Online Checkout to sell and take payments online, even without a website? You sure can if you use Square – the all in one setup to accept payments.
What is Square Online Checkout and how does it work?
Traditionally, Square has helped millions of sellers run their business by using contactless EFTPOS machines and secure credit card processing from online stores, but now Square has created an innovative way to sell your products or services without an online store. All you need to do is create a link and share this link to customer who is looking to pay for your product and services (including donations and subscriptions). The customers will be taken to a simple checkout page where they just make the payment. Yep, it’s that simple.
You can use the link on different communication channels like emails, text messages, social media platforms and even via a QR code.
Square Online Checkout accepts payments from major credit and debit cards. They even accept payments using Apple Pay and Google Pay so you’ll be confident that your customers will have a multitude of options available to make the payments.
How much does this cost?
I’m happy to say there is no contracts, monthly fees, start-up costs or upfront costs. All you (the seller) has to pay is 2.9% of the value of the payment + 30 cents for each transaction. So if you sell a massage gun for example for $50, then you will need to pay a fee of $0.30 + $50 * 0.029 = $1.75 for this transaction.
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