This article contains all the information you need to know about credit card processing fees and deposits.
Vagaro Merchant statements are mailed on the third of each month. Fees are taken out on the 10th. Free credit card readers also are available once your application is approved.
When it comes to the average total of fees that are taken out, you can expect an estimated three percent that's charged from swiped credit card fees once the month has ended. However, this percentage may increase if the transactions are keyed in.
Helpful Link: Click here to learn how to keep track of all your transactions: How to Run a Transaction Report and Find Customer Transactions.
How to View the Status of An Application
1. Click Settings at the top of the screen.
2. Click Credit Card Processing.
3. Click on the Employee Account button.
4. Locate the employee. A status of Awaiting Approval means that the application has been submitted and it needs to be approved. A status of Active means that the credit card application has been approved.
5. Click Apply to start a new credit card application.
When Do Deposits Batch?
All batches occur at 4 PM Pacific Time, 7 PM Eastern Time.
Batches normally take 24 hours to make it to your bank account.
Saturday and Sunday will take 2 days to make it to your bank due to banks being closed on Sundays.
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Who do I contact if I have questions?
You can call Vagaro directly at 800-919-0157. We are available 7 days a week, Monday through Friday from 6 AM - 7 PM, Saturday 7 AM - 5 PM and Sunday 7 AM - 4 PM. These times are all in Pacific Time. You can also email us at email@example.com.
Who do I contact to order my free reader?
You can also contact Vagaro directly at 800-919-0157 x2. We are available 7 days a week, Monday - Friday from 6 AM - 7 PM, Saturday 7 AM - 5 PM and Sunday 7 AM - 4 PM. These times are all in Pacific Time.
Please note the following: Non-Qualified fees are a range of higher interchange rates that are bucketed into a single-line item. The bank defines these as fees assessed by Visa/MasterCard on transactions they deem riskier and/or costly. Unqualified fees are usually assessed due to typed-in transactions, corporate cards, foreign credit cards, and certain rewards/bonus/cashback/airline type cards.