Endorsed by 45 state bars and the only payment provider included in the ABA Advantage Program, LawPay is a tried and trusted method of accepting credit card payments from clients.Aligned with the belief that accepting credit cards should be simple, LawPay has announced Quick Bill, a new method to get paid by clients quickly and securely.
How it Works
Sending a client bill using LawPay’s new Quick Bill feature is a simple affair. Upon launching LawPay, click Quick Bill. A menu will pop-up, allowing you to enter your client’s amount due, email, a reference number or invoice number, subject, and a message with additional instructions (as needed).
For clients, the process of paying you is just as simple. In addition to a payment email, LawPay will also include a link to your mobile-friendly payment page, where clients can safely pay you via credit card from whichever device works best for them.
With the introduction of Quick Bill, LawPay furthers its commitment as a “complete end-to-end credit card processing program for attorneys.”
How to Get Quick Bill
LawPay offers three plans—fixed, standard, and trust—to fit every attorney’s needs. Each plan also includes access to Quick Bill, so you get paid no matter what your credit card processing needs. Click to learn more about LawPay with Quick Bill today.
Quick Bill: The Easiest Way to Get Paid with LawPay was originally published on Lawyerist.com.