QuickBooks GoPayment POS

QuickBooks GoPayment POS

By Intuit Inc.

  • Category: Business
  • Release Date: 2009-08-03
  • Current Version: 11.0.1
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 178.94 MB
  • Developer: Intuit Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 9.3 or later.
Score: 4
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From 7,445 Ratings

Description

QuickBooks GoPayment is a free mobile point of sale app that allows you to take payments on the go. Using GoPayment is easy - just sign up with your QuickBooks, TurboTax or Mint account information or create an account to get started. With our Bluetooth enabled mobile card readers you can accept magstripe and EMV chip debit and credit cards, along with Apple Pay, Google Pay and Samsung Pay. Even without the reader you can use the mobile app to take all payment types - cash, check, or card - to track each sale transaction. Start accepting payments right away with no upfront costs or hidden fees - just pay 2.4% + $0.25 per card transaction. Easily accept mobile payments on goods, services and invoices - anytime, anywhere. Transactions automatically reconcile with QuickBooks for hassle-free bookkeeping. Receive a free mobile credit card reader. New users get a free mobile card reader with built-in fraud protection. Pick the reader that best fits your business needs. The reader accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express debit and credit cards. GoPayment is made by Intuit, the maker of QuickBooks, TurboTax, and Mint. Your privacy is important to us, learn more about how Intuit protects your data. Privacy Link: https://security.intuit.com/index.php/privacy Developer Website: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/mobile-payments/ Order A Card Reader: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/readers/ Compatibility: Compatible with iPhone and iPad on iOS 9.3.5 or later Terms, conditions, pricing, features, service and support are subject to change without notice. Mobile card reader is a standalone, optional device. New, approved GoPayment merchant accounts eligible for one (1) free. Free unit is applicable towards the lowest cost mobile card reader available at the time of redemption, through Intuit, and must be redeemed within 90 days of account open. To see all available mobile readers, or to purchase additional devices go here: https://quickbooks.intuit.com/payments/readers/

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Reviews

  • Wish we could go back to the old app...

    1
    By JPrecisionTint
    This new update will not allow me to pay invoices created in QuickBooks online. I receive an error and transaction declined. Run the card as a new sale and the payment is accepted. Downfall is it creates a sales receipt in Quickbooks...
  • Reverse payments are $75 fee

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    By Yshshsug
    Their interest rate is high and the reverse payment is $75 if not done in time during the day.... like before 2 pm on pacific time. Another large corporation sucking it out of the little guy. I got them to admit that was high way robbery and than they said they would give $50 back but they lied and I got stuck with the bill. Headed to my bank for their reader.
  • No tip?

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    By Kate Piv Ber
    Why is it in your “new” version you removed the tipping option? That a big part of the reason I was using this app. You don’t have the tipping option in your regular QuickBooks app version either. With all the fees I’m paying for your services, I’d really love it if you’d keep the options available that people like.
  • Bug needs to be fixed ASAP

    1
    By PLEASE REVIEW AND FIX APP BUG
    After deleting the app from our company iPad temporarily it will not allow us to sign in and keeps saying there is an error this bug needs to be fixed ASAP. This app is essential to our company.
  • Owner

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    By Vtguapo
    We used this payment application for five years and increasingly received chargebacks for our services. The first few years we would submit the proof of service and receive our money, and the last couple years we would start to see the money never be reapproved. I spoke to Intuit about this problem and they were not interested in helping in any way. They said it is all up to the bank for the card holder and they did not have any obligation to fight for their customers or even communicate the process as it took place. They are allowing cardholders to steal money from our business. One of the chargebacks ultimately cost $600 because the bank claimed the proof supplied was “not legible”. Intuit did not make any attempt to inform me of this or correct as it happened. I have never written a review about anything. The magnitude of apathy of intuit and this system is outrageous. They were accessories to the theft committed by these cardholders. Sincerely Steve
  • First step fail

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    By LARAE41
    I just downloaded the app and need to create account. I type in email, phone number, then as soon as I move cursor to password box to type there, the app closes. Happened three times in a row. Can’t even get past the first page. Grr.
  • Error

    2
    By Aaatroy
    I keep getting an error message when trying to order the card reader and there is so contact info in settings to email anyone. Please help
  • Integration

    1
    By DoctorNote
    Go Payment, which uses Quickbooks Payments, and is part of the Intuit Kingdom, does not sync items or customers with Quickbooks, yet it does record payments into Quickbooks. Seriously? What a half-baked solution. Come on Inyuit, step up your game. Can’t use this app!
  • Customer support number in app is incorrect

    1
    By Simply_Dan
    Tried ordering a card reader in app. Met with error message saying to contact a customer service line, but person who answered was unable to help order a reader. Asked for phone number of someone who would want feedback that the number in the app is wrong. Customer service person unable to provide. Will look for alternatives.
  • Charge Button Location-Ridiculous Location!

    2
    By Susan's Take
    Why oh why would you update an app and put the “Charge” button in teeny tiny print at the bottom of the screen right near the small round button that closes the app?? It used to be a nice big green button that the customer could easily see. Now I am fielding questions every transaction as to where they need to tap to charge. Then, when I say at the bottom of the screen, they hit the small round button and it closes everything out. This is maddening. Not sure what genius thought this would be an improvement, but please change it back!

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