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Payment links improve your cash flow
Typically a link is paid within 24hrs
What is a Payment Link?
A payment link is simply a link to a web page with a payment form where your customers can pay you. A payment link doesn’t always have to look like a link, you could use it as a button or a QR code. A Payment link is a means to get paid quickly and conveniently. But not all payment link services were created equal, let us show why Shuttle has the most comprehensive link service available.
Payment links are a sure-fire way to get paid. You know with 100% certainty payments are going to the right place and they’re secure. Customers get a receipt and sellers get payment confirmation.
Why Payment Links?
- Increase the opportunities to get paid
- Customer convenience
- Get paid via cards, bank transfer, wallet +
- Payment notifications
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For Small Businesses
- No need to setup a bank transfer through a banking app.
- No need to send and receive a paper check.
- The money goes into your business bank account via your payment processor.
- Payments links also enable you to organize you payments for different purposes or services making reconciliation simpler, saving you time.
- Get notifications when a payment is made.
- No website? No problem with payment links because you can have your own branded payment page.
- Create specific payment links for specific products or services, which makes it easier to keep track of who’s paying, what they’re paying for and when they pay.
- Share payment links through any of your communication channels. Enterprises are using phone, SMS, WhatsApp, email and chatbots to talk with their customers; these are ideal channels for sending a payment link.
- Send payment links as a backup to ensure payment collection. Enterprise sales processes should include secondary payment flows, so the customer is able to pay later if they were unable to pay on the first attempt. An example might be that a customer is on the phone but cannot share their card details or their card fails, you can send them a message with a payment link to pay at their convenience and chase accordingly.
You can create and send as many links as you want under our free plan.
Yes, there is an option when entering their card details for them to save a card. You can also save a customer card by using our Staff Payment feature.
We have a free plan that you can use, please check our pricing table above.
This is possible and right now you can achieve this by adding the following parameters to your URL before sending a link to a customer:
Yes, you can do this via the Staff Payment or customer link. First, create the link, then press the down arrow (next to Customer Link) > Edit > Action > Authorize only.
Start receiving money today.
Free to send as many links as you want