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What are the payment methods available when sending an invoice?

What are the payment methods available when sending an invoice?

When you create an invoice, you can choose which payment methods you’d like to make available to your customer: Bank Transfers and payments through Stripe, including card payments, direct debit, and Cash App Pay.

Bank Transfers

Found accepts bank transfers and domestic wire transfers without any fees. If your customer is also a Found user and they pay the invoice from their Found account, the payment instantly transfers into your account. Otherwise, transfers typically process in 1-2 business days.

Stripe Payments

Once you’ve created a Stripe account through Found, you’re able to receive payments through these methods:

  • Card Payments. Your client is able to pay with a valid credit or debit card.

  • Direct Debit. Your client can link their bank account, allowing for directly debiting their account balance.

  • Cash App Pay. Your client is able to pay directly from Cash App by tapping Cash App Pay in the invoice. They’ll be redirected to Cash App to complete the payment.

For more information on Stripe balances and card payments, see this article. Each Stripe payment method carries its own fees. For details on fees associated with receiving Stripe payments, please see our Fee Schedule.

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