When Auto-Pay runs, we understand how important it is to you to have visibility into which payments succeeded and which did not. Enrollsy makes this simple with automatic notifications to you and your customer whose credit card or ACH (eCheck) payment declined. Read more.
The list of use cases for batch transactions is vast.
You may need to credit 1,000 customers' accounts a day's tuition or class fee because of a snow day.
Or you may want to post class material fees class by class.
You can achieve this quickly and easily.
Can I collect a one-off credit card payment for an upcoming field trip from 200 customers at the push of a button? And will I be able to have instant visibility into declined transactions and retry them if necessary?
Refunding transactions in Enrollsy is easy to do, whether you're refunding check or cash payments or electronic payments. To learn about recording refunds for cash and check payments, head over here. This answer addresses how to refund electronic payments, both electronic check and debit/credit cards. Read more.
When auto-pay runs in Enrollsy, if you're an Admin user set up to receive email notifications for auto-pay results, you'll get an email listing any declined transactions. Some of the reasons for a declined payment are obvious, like expired card, insufficient funds, etc. But velocity limits sounds really technical and you might be wondering what to do if you see that reason. Here's what you should know.
Sometimes you make a mistake and post a charge and/or a payment to the wrong account. What we're addressing here is what to do when you realize this and what the customer might see when you make a mistake like this. Read more.
Refunding electronic payments is easy and so is refunding check and cash payments. The difference is that when you refund a check or cash payment, you have to do the heavy lifting of giving the money back to the customer. We just make it easy to record the financial transaction. Read more.