Integrated payment processing is available and works to provide a seamless transaction experience in our point of sale system. Competitive rates and painless application process make this a must-have extension on your account.
Our ALL-NEW payment terminal keeps you completely PCI compliant, all while accepting chip cards, chip, Apple pay, Google pay, and other NFC payment options, all integrated seamlessly into the Pawfinity POS.
Once you've activated payment processing, you are able to take advantage of the stored payment feature in Pawfinity. Learn more about Stored Payments
Activating payment processing enables our online bill pay feature, allowing clients to pay invoices from the convenience of their own computer. Online bill pay is a very exciting feature which allows you to generate invoices for clients which will be notified via email or SMS automatically.
Once the client receives the notification, they simply click over to the web pay form on your Pawfinity company web page, enter their card information, and pay you instantly! Mobile groomers will find this feature highly useful since it allows you to create an invoice at the beginning of the process, send an invoice, and get paid instantly - all without the need to carry around POS hardware such as card swipes or printers.
Web Payments: Currently 2.99% + $0.30 per transaction
Card-Present Payments with Terminal: Currently 2.79% + $0.05 per transaction
Pawfinity integrated payment processing is fully SCA-ready for our EU clients. We've updated our payment processing solution in preparation for this extensive, disruptive change in the way credit cards are processed in the European Union. Upgrade today to prevent unsightly card declines and payment failures.
Pawfinity POS works seamlessly with our integrated payment processing, however, we offer you the freedom to choose any stand-alone terminal or payment processing system you choose. Our POS is compatible with any external payment processing service, all while retaining the ability to print physical receipts through a high-speed thermal printer.