Hurdlr’s invoicing feature lets you accept credit card and ACH payments directly through your invoices, via the popular payment processor, Stripe.
Stripe’s processing fees are:
ACH payments: 0.8% ($5.00 cap)
Credit/Debit Card payments: 2.9% plus 30 cents
*You can read more about Stripe’s processing fees here.
To use the payment collection feature in your invoices, you’ll first need to create or link your Stripe account via the Invoice Settings:
From the web app:
Click the gear icon in the top right corner
Select Invoice Settings
Click Set up under Payment Processing
From the mobile app:
Tap 3 dots in top left corner
Tap the gear icon in the top right corner
Tap the Set Up button next to Payment Processing
You’ll then be redirected to Stripe’s website, where you can log into your existing Stripe account or create a Stripe account to accept payments. It only takes a minute to set up your Stripe account, and it allows your clients to pay you more quickly as the money is deposited in your bank account automatically.
After you have linked your Stripe account in Hurdlr’s Invoice Settings, when drafting a new invoice, you’ll be able to select the payment option(s) you want your clients to use. Before you save or send a new invoice, toggle on or off the options you prefer:
Bank Account (ACH): This option allows your customers to pay via ACH Stripe’s processing fee for ACH payments is 0.8% with a $5.00 cap.
Credit Card: This option allows your customers to pay via credit/debit card. Stripe's processing fee for credit/debit card payments is 2.9% plus 30 cents.
Cash/Check: If you accept payments other ways (cash, check, Venmo, Zelle, PayPal, etc), you can certainly continue accepting them that way outside of Hurdlr’s payment collection feature. When sending the invoice, just be sure to disable the Credit Card and ACH payment processing options and only keep the Cash/Check option selected.
Charge Saved Payment Method: You can automatically charge your customers for your invoices using a saved payment method. Choosing this option will send a request to add a payment method for automatic payment if your client has not already set up a payment method. Read more about setting up this option here (‘here’ will link to: https://university.hurdlr.com/en/articles/5124703-how-can-i-charge-a-client-automatically-pro).