Using CentimeCard to make invoice payments

Modified on Fri, 04 Aug 2023 at 07:17 AM

Summary: 


This article explains how users can use CentimeCard to make invoice payments.


Permissions: 


To make invoice payments, users must have the following permission in Manage Payables:

  • Schedule payments and manage the AP workflow (recall, mark paid, post)

To modify settings for a payment method, users must have the following permission in Manage Payables:

  • Manage supplier communications and payment settings


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Activating CentimeCard 

To be able to make payments with CentimeCard, users will have to activate CentimeCredit for their accounts. Users can refer to this article for activating CentimeCredit and CentimeCard.


Making an invoice payment with CentimeCard


To make an invoice payment with CentimeCard, users can click on the payment method in the 'Pay' action in the 'Unpaid invoices' tab and choose 'Credit card' as the payment method. Users can choose the activated CentimeCard from the 'Pay from account' drop-down and click Save. Users can also view the surcharge added to the transaction.



After the payment is scheduled and approved, it is processed on the payment date and the invoice is moved to the 'Paid invoices' tab.


Payment preferences for CentimeCard


When paying with CentimeCard, users can choose to pay directly on the Supplier's website or share the card details with the Supplier via email.


Users can set these preferences from the 'Payments' section of the Supplier side panel menu.



When users choose to pay by sharing the card details with the Supplier, on the payment date, a card (buyer-funded card)  is generated with an amount corresponding to the payment amount and is emailed to the Supplier. 


Posting CentimeCard payments:

Users will have to identify a GL account for a surcharge in the Credit card section of the 'Payment settings' in the 'Payables' settings page.



When CentimeCard payments are made, the payments are posted to the General Ledger and the surcharge is posted to the specified General Ledger account.







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