Switching from Vantage to BILL: Accepting Card Payments

We’re excited to announce that we have launched a new card acceptance experience for Accounts Receivable, powered by BILL. Now it’s easier than ever for your clients to accept card payments through BILL.

Here’s some of the benefits of the new card experience:

  • Manage all-things payments in BILL

  • Get paid as soon as the next business day

  • Give your clients’ customers an easy checkout experience with no BILL account needed

  • Enjoy a fixed, 2.9%1 fee per card payment

  • Have the option to add a convenience feefor vendors that pay with a card

For more detailed information on what to expect, please review the Product Guide and view our Product Tutorial.

1The 2.9% transaction fee is applicable to every card payment received and non-refundable even if the payment is voided or refunded and the option to charge customers a convenience fee (if eligible) when they pay with a card.

2The convenience fee is only applicable to eligible payments and completely optional, capped at 3%.

Here’s what to expect with this change:

  • Automatic rerouting of unpaid, outstanding invoices. We’ll automatically reroute these so you don’t have to delete and reissue invoices to get paid. 

  • Easier checkout for customers. Your clients’ customers won’t need to create a BILL account to pay with this new, built-in experience. 

  • Automatic Sync. We’ve already enabled automatic sync with QuickBooks Online for transaction fees. Syncing fees with QuickBooks Desktop, Intacct, NetSuite and more will come soon. Learn more about the fee sync and reconciliation. 

When can my clients switch?

Accounting firms and their clients are able to sign up for this new experience by following these steps in their Online Payment settings. If you have questions, please contact your Account Manager or our BILL support team for assistance.

What if my clients don’t switch?

If your clients haven't switched to BILL’s new experience before Vantage is turned off, your clients may experience interruptions with their incoming payments.


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