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How do I accept in-person card payments?

How do I accept in-person card payments?

With Tap to Pay, Found enables you to effortlessly accept in-person card payments without any additional hardware*. Once you’ve created a Stripe account, follow these steps to accept an in-person payment:

  1. Navigate to the Invoices tab on your Found app and tap the Plus button.

  2. Choose Accept in-person payment from the menu.

    1. If you haven’t already set up Tap to Pay, you will be prompted to do so. Note that Tap to Pay is only available on compatible iPhones.

  3. Enter the amount that you’re charging your customer.

  4. Optionally, choose an existing contact from your contacts list or create a new person to associate this charge with. You can also add a note to describe the charge.

  5. Tap Tap to Pay and have your customer tap their card, smartphone, or watch to the indicator on your phone.

  6. If the payment is successful, the screen will show as Done.

If you’re having trouble receiving a contactless payment, or your customer does not have a contactless-enabled card, you can manually enter their card details from the payment screen. Just tap Enter card details to add that information.

For more information on Stripe payments, including timing, how payments are received, and details on chargebacks, see this article. For details on fees associated with card payments, see the Fee Schedule.

*Tap to Pay is currently available for iPhone users. Android functionality coming soon.

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*Found is a financial technology company, not a bank. Banking services are provided by Piermont Bank, Member FDIC. The funds in your account are FDIC-insured up to $250,000 per depositor for each account ownership category.

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