How to Ask Clients for Immediate Payment – Tim Clark

How to Ask Clients for Immediate Payment As a Sales Professional, you have 2 obligations: 1. Ask for the payment 2. Be capable of accepting the payment There are 5 methods for accepting immediate, mobile payments: 1. Card Present – Square (2.75% + free card reader) 2. Peer to Peer – PayPal (2.9%), Zelle (3%) 3. Subscription – Recurring payments using Square or PayPal 4. Mobile Shopping Cart – Shopify 5. Custom App (mobile or web) – Stripe integration (2.9%) Tim Clark is the founder of Nikos Computer Engineering and is a Certified Amazon Web Services Developer and Solutions Architect. Nikos utilizes AWS to develop software solutions for small businesses using Artificial Intelligence, Machine Learning and Natural Language Understanding. To learn more and to get started visit . Also like and follow us on social media: Nikos Computer Engineering
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