ePayments: You Can Use (U.S.) Debit Cards Too

Do you know that you can accept debit cards (in the U.S.) just as simply as you do credit cards?

Debit cards (US debit cards only) showing the Visa or MasterCard logo behave the same as credit cards in Jackrabbit, making them an excellent choice when a family wants to use their checking account to pay their fees instead of a credit card.

Credit card processing in Jackrabbit requires less of your staff’s effort than using bank drafts. But because you can use the U.S. debit card the same as a credit card in Jackrabbit, your family can pay via their bank account and you can still enjoy the ease and convenience of processing a credit card.

Alex Pesavento at TAGS Gymnastics believes in Jackrabbit’s ePayments as a time-saving tool. “Adding the ability to process ePayments with Jackrabbit has saved our office staff a tremendous amount of time!  We no longer deal with bounced checks, collecting past dues, or waiting to get paid.

As much as we love the benefits of ePayments, our customers love it, too!  Customers often comment how simple it is to register.  They love that they don’t have to pull out their credit card every time they register for classes or purchase something in our Proshop.  Team families love that they don’t have to remember to write a check or come to the desk to pay on the 1st of each month.  We simply press a button and collect all monthly payments at once.”

Jenn Buckton at Turning Pointe Dance Academy of Dance talks about what she loves about ePayments, “Our favorite part about Credit Card ePayments is that it is the quickest way to get our money processed in a batch on a specific day – it makes it great for tracking payments, as well as high security for credit card information.  What used to take 5 long days of manually inputting each credit card payment has now been reduced to 5 minutes of an automatic batch processing – such a time saver!”

To learn more about ePayments in Jackrabbit, visit our website, or CLICK HERE to schedule a time to chat with an ePayment Specialist.

Other blog posts of interest:

Meet or Beat Pricing

CC vs Bank Drafts

ePayments Provides Culture Change for Dance Davidson

 

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