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Old 06-10-2014, 11:05 AM
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Yeah I am surprised he did that. The E-payment would probably have taken less effort on his part then doing the Bank Bill Pay. If he looked at the invoice then that is probably the address he used.

Maybe he does not know how to use the E-payment through Stripe. You might want to send him a quick email explaining how it works so he will be more likely to use it next time.

-Landen
Less effort. All you do is put in address and number and he can click send payment every month. To use stripe he had to get out his credit card and stuff
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Old 06-10-2014, 11:07 AM
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Ohhh I see. Well with Stripe you can vault card numbers, so if the client does not mind, you can just automatically charge them.

That might work best since he is always on vacation and wanting to do whatever is less effort.

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Old 06-10-2014, 10:31 PM
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Ohhh I see. Well with Stripe you can vault card numbers, so if the client does not mind, you can just automatically charge them.

That might work best since he is always on vacation and wanting to do whatever is less effort.

-Landen
That's one of my favorite things about the Stripe payment system. I'm going to talk to him and see what he thinks about be auto-billing him each month, he's a pretty easy going guy. Landen I'm going to send you a pm in just a second so be on the lookout.
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