From TechCrunchIT : Intuit , makers of QuickBooks, released a new app today for the ... Apple iPhone News forum
GoPayment Released for the Iphone
From TechCrunchIT: Intuit, makers of QuickBooks, released a new app today for the iPhone called GoPayment. In short, the app allows businesses to process credit card payments without the need for anything more then their iPhone, a data connection, and an account with Intuit. Chuck Harris, General Manager of Intuit's Payment Solutions, said, “More and more entrepreneurs are relying on their iPhone or iPod touch to manage their business,” and software like this will give them one more tool to help process payments, track past charges, and generate electronic receipts for the customer. According to TechCrunch, "Card information can be input manually, or synced via a Bluetooth enabled card swipe device. Information is never stored on the handset, and is protected during transmission with financial industry standard technology, Intuit claims."
The app is currently available for download from the app store and works with both the iPhone and iPod Touch. According to Intuit's website, "In addition to the free GoPayment App, to process credit card payments, business owners need an Intuit GoPayment merchant account, which costs $19.95 a month and requires a one-time setup fee of $59.95. Transaction pricing is competitive and users can cancel any time as there are no long-term contracts. Standard carrier data and text fees apply when sending e-mail and text message receipts." They are also say that, "For a limited time only, Intuit will waive both the setup fee as well and the first 60 days of monthly fees and minimums for a savings of more than $135." Definitely a move in the right direction to get iPhones a better foothold in the business sector.
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Omg! Only for Usa? Can i use this in Mexico? Regards
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Another way to steal your identity!
I would get in touch with the company and check with them. I can't say for sure.
Originally Posted by MANX