If you're new to payment processing you probably have some questions about your new account.
Visa, MasterCard, American Express, and Discover Network. To see what credit cards you currently accept, sign in to the Merchant Service Center and choose Account > Account Profile. The top of the page shows you what cards you accept and lets you add additional types.
Funds usually reach your deposit bank account within 2-3 business days of the transaction. The waiting period, known as the "time to funding," varies depending on the time of day you enter transactions, which financial institution you choose for your transactions to be deposited in, and how long it takes your bank to verify and process electronic deposits.
No need to wait. You can view your transactions any time on Intuit's Merchant Service Center web site. Read how
No. We handle it for you. Intuit automatcally batches and submits payments once a day at 6pm Easterm/3pm Pacific.*
If you are a Point-of-Sale merchant with a pin pad device, you can accept debit cards. If you use other software, like GoPayment or QuickBooks you can also charge a debit card, but only those that carry the Mastercard/Visa logo.
You can also accept electronic bank payments with Intuit. Recent versions of QuickBooks let you invite customers pay invoices by electronic bank payment (handled by Intuit PaymentNetwork). QuickBooks users can also get Intuit Check Solutions for QuickBooks, a service that lets you type in bank account details to accept an electronic check or scan paper checks and submit them for deposit immediately online. More options.
You can track deposits, manage payments, edit account information, and get help online anytime. Visit the Merchant Service Center and sign in with your User ID and password.
*Exceptions to 3pm auto-batching include checks and payments received through QuickBooks Point-of-Sale version 10.0 and earlier, Cash Register Plus, Terminals, some Rezovation accounts, some non-merchantlink accounts.