Require a deposit upfront? No worries! Simply stipulate that a deposit is required on your proposal/contract and once approved online an invoice is automatically created for you to send your client! 

Another option is to require that the deposit is paid online/instantly upon approval of the proposal/contract and your client will be prompted to enter in their payment details. #depositsmadeeasy

1. Require Deposit via Invoice once proposal/contract is approved

From the Proposal/Contract select > Project Terms > select/check "Require Deposit" and enter in the percentage or amount required.

Once your contract has been approved online by your client or by you by selecting the contract > approve, a task for your invoice is automatically created via your "Desk" tab. 

You will also see a notification via your project to send the invoice for the deposit
Select The project > select the yellow notification > Invoice deposit

Select the Task > Invoice Deposit > send it to your client for payment or make any edits if required. 

2. Require Online Payment Approval Instantly upon approving the proposal/contract

By Selecting "Require Online Payment Approval" for the deposit will prompt your client to pay instantly online via your PayMe page once they have signed and approved the contract. In this case you will need to set up your PayMe Page.

Note: For Online Payment Approval you will need to have set up your PayMe page via the settings tab > Manage Online Payment Options and connected to one of our integrated Payment Gateways, eg WePay, Stripe or PayPal.

Once your client has entered in their payment details for the deposit via the online payment approval option you will receive a notification as well as a income transaction via your in&out tab. You can send a payment receipt from this income payment > payment history > send payment receipt if required.

💥 Tips: 🦄

  • Deposits are a great way to minimize the risk of non payment from your client.
  • A standard deposit is usually at least 50% of the project total upfront
  • Deposits can also help you cover any initial costs of the project that are incurred
  • If your client pays the deposit online via your PayMe Page the invoice will be automatically marked as paid.
  • If your client pays the invoice via an alternative payment option, eg. check, direct bank transfer, you can then select the invoice and select > "record payment" > enter in the amount paid and date. 
  • Once a deposit has been paid all subsequent invoices will take the deposit into consideration and invoice for the balance on your next/future invoice via the project.

💌  Please reach out to your friendly CO's via the Chief Operator tab in the app should you have any questions or concerns. 💌


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