Why should you consider PayPal Invoicing?

By Chris Dawson August 12, 2019 - 1:12 pm

Want to get paid fast? A comScore study commissioned by PayPal has found that 78% of invoices processed through PayPal Invoicing are paid within one day. With this in mind, PayPal are now offering a quicker and easier way to send invoices regardless of the platform being used.

The PayPal Invoicing API can easily be integrated into ecommerce solution providers, marketplaces, and crowdsourcing platforms (among others) to allow users to create, send and process invoices all in one easy-to-use function.

These providers support hundreds, or even thousands, of merchants and sellers on their platform so if you are one of those merchants and sellers, here’s what you need to know about PayPal invoicing and what PayPal say it can do for you:

PayPal Invoicing features

Invoice globally

Send invoices in 25 currencies and 200+ markets, with PayPal handling currency conversion. Scale globally with the power of PayPal’s network.

Businesses send invoices at no cost

No monthly fee. Merchants only pay 2.9% + $0.30 per domestic transaction when they get paid.

Get paid fast

PayPal invoicing allows merchants to accept all major debit/credit cards, PayPal and PayPal Credit, as well as market-specific payment methods allowing for quick and easy payment.

Manage payments

Whether paid online or by check, track and manage everything in our invoice management center.
Create and customize invoice templates: Display a logo and business details and customize the fields of the invoice to make it fit the business.

Send reminders

Easily send reminders for any unpaid invoices.

Access simple integration

One invoicing API solution for debit/credit card payments, PayPal payments, market-specific payment methods (where available), and consumer credit.

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