Spotlight: Credit Card Processing with ProPay

March 2019    Tags: , ,

People rely on their credit cards more and more to pay for things like clothes, medical procedures, and legal services.

Two reasons law firms decide to accept credit cards are because clients pay faster, which allows firms to spend less time collecting on past due bills and clients are more likely to pay their bill in full, which allows firms to reduce the amount they write off.

If you accept credit cards, there is no better way than with Tabs3. Credit card payments can be entered directly into Tabs3, or a link can be emailed to a client for them to pay online. When a client pays online, their payment information can be imported into Tabs3 so there is no double entry. When a credit card payment is entered directly into Tabs3, it is automatically processed and the funds are deposited into your existing bank account.

If you use Tabs3 Trust Accounting Software, you can have trust account payments deposited into a separate account from where processing fees are deducted. This integration takes the guesswork out of bank account reconciliation and helps you comply with many state bars’ rules regarding commingling funds.

We are partnered with ProPay, a TSYS company, to provide you with credit card processing that is better than ever.

  • No more waiting days to start accepting credit cards. With ProPay, you can start accepting credit cards within minutes.
  • No more confusing price structures or price negotiations. With ProPay, rates are low and easy to understand.
  • No more lengthy SAQ questionnaires to complete. With ProPay, you only have to complete a simplified annual SAQ questionnaire to achieve PCI compliance.

If you’re interested in accepting credit cards, you can sign up in minutes at Tabs3.com/ProPay. If you have any questions regarding processing credit cards in Tabs3, contact your local consultant, or contact Technical Support at (402) 419-2210.

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