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Latest revision as of 14:17, 23 May 2017

Taking a Card Payment on a Case

Taking a card payment on an individual case is easy. SchemeServe makes it simple to handle a single card payment on any case.


Taking a Card Payment

  1. Login to SchemeServe
  2. Click the Cases Tab
  3. Find the Case
  4. Click the Case Link
  5. Click the Money Tab
  6. Click the Take Card Payment Link
  7. Enter the details in the fields
  8. Click the Submit Button to Submit the Details

You will then be taken to your SagePay account to complete the rest of the transaction. You must have a Sage Pay Account or an Elavon Account enabled on your SchemeServe account to take payment.


Video Tutorial


See Also:

Taking Card Payments

Recording a Cheque Payment on a Case

Recording a Bank Payment on a Case

Enabling Direct Debit

Managing Direct Debit Schedules

Auditing Changes to Cases including Direct Debit Schedules

Allowing Payments by Invoice

Reporting and Accounting for Direct Debit Payments

Monthly Instalment Calculations