Visa Debit Now Available for Canadian Users of Payments by FreshBooks
February 18, 2015
FreshBooks has busted through the government red tape and Canadian FreshBooks users can now accept payments via Visa Debit when using Payments by FreshBooks.
The beauty of this new capability is that your clients get the additional convenience of paying with debit and you don’t have to worry about managing another payment option – **all Visa Debit cards and transactions will function like standard Visa transactions. No new fees or commitments.** You can also opt-out or turn off Visa Debit at any time by unchecking this option in your FreshBooks account.
How do I turn this on?
You can enable Visa Debit by simply checking off the option in Accept Credit Cards section of your FreshBooks account.
To do this, log into your FreshBooks account and click on the “Settings button at the top right of the page…
…then, choose the “Accept Credit Cards” option from the second row of options on your screen.
This will take you to the section of your account where you can make changes to the payment options you make available to your clients. You can now enable Visa Debit as a payment option by checking the option located under your Payments by FreshBooks information
…And you’re done.
Get Started with Visa Debit Payments Today
So, if you’re a Canadian user and you’d like to enhance the payment options available to your customers you can jump into your FreshBooks account and enable the “Accept Visa Debit” option.
And if you’re in the US, you’re already set up to accept Visa Debit, so no worries.
Do you have questions or comments about Visa Debit? Give us a call at 1-866-303-6061 or [email us](mailto:firstname.lastname@example.org). The (newly extended) Support Hours are now 8AM – 8PM (EST) and our Support Rockstars are always eager to help.
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