Support » Plugin: LittleBot ACH for Stripe + Plaid » Avoiding Paypal Clawbacks etc

  • Resolved stumur

    (@stumur)


    Hello mate. I’m a n0ob, I hope I’m doing this correctly? I’m sorry to bother you, but I have a basic live bands booking website, and being small, I’m not ready for major bank payment integration pages – I just need something that can help me to accept BACS (or ACH) payments on my site. My site’s based in Australia, and I’m trying to keep costs and clawbacks from major players like Paypal etc to a minimum, so I’m trying to find the best payment system to avoid all that – perhaps online invoicing for clients, or this plugin of yours for ACH options? I figured just getting clients to direct transfer funds to our business account was the safest way to go. Is this what this does, specifically – is it like issuing them an invoice for services? If so, does the customer also get the option to use a card for payment if they’re not comfortable using BACS (ACH) methods?

    Thanks SO Much,
    Stu

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  • Plugin Author justinwhall

    (@jwind)

    This is for ACH only no card. This plugin gives you a text field to input the amount you want to pay via ACH and that’s it. Also, last I knew, plaid did not support Australia.

    Thread Starter stumur

    (@stumur)

    Mate, thanks so much for replying so fast.

    “This plugin gives you a text field to input the amount you want to pay via ACH and that’s it.”

    Ok, but do I need to make a post with the shortcode on it, then save it and send the link to the customer, so it presents to them as an invoice so they can then pay it – is that it? If so, is there a pay now button on there of some type?

    • This reply was modified 1 year, 5 months ago by stumur.
    Thread Starter stumur

    (@stumur)

    Is anyone there?

    Plugin Author justinwhall

    (@jwind)

    Correct but as I said above, this will not work in your country.

    Thread Starter stumur

    (@stumur)

    Righto, thanks for the reply mate. 🙂

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