If you’ve saved a customer’s card details in the system, you can pick that for the payment, or start a recurring payment if charging for a subscription or ongoing service. It is also possible to record the payment in cash, gift card or other tenders, and split the transaction into different payment methods.
Alternatively, all Square merchants can accept keyed card payments in the Square Point of Sale app available free on iPhone, iPad and Android devices. Similar details can be added to these transactions, allowing you to accept payments remotely from your mobile device anywhere.
Square really has lowered the threshold for getting started with payments, whether it’s for the point of sale, invoicing, ecommerce or in this case a virtual terminal. With a Square account, you can take payments in any of these ways for a fixed percentage rate. There is no requirement to submit PCI documentation, but Square does expect you to follow general security recommendations in line with PCI regulations.
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