Accept payments from your mobile phone wherever you are
With Tap to Pay by Paylands you can get paid for your services with your mobile phone. All you need to do is download an app on your phone and you can start receiving payments.
If you are freelance or have a small business, Tap to Pay by Paylands is the solution you needed to say goodbye to the traditional physhical POS.
It works very simply: open the app on your mobile, enter the amount of the transaction and the customer will only have to bring their mobile or credit card close to your phone and complete the payment.
Regardless of how you work on a day-to-day basis, working with a physical POS can always be a problem: whether it’s a battery problem, running out of paper or failing at a key moment.
Avoid these problems by using a device you already own and carry with you: use your mobile phone as a POS and accept payments now.
Start getting paid with total flexibility, speed and convenience.
Log in to the app, enter the amount, bring your mobile or card and you’re done!
We turn your phone into a card reader so you have everything at your fingertips anytime, anywhere.
You will be able to manage your sales, control your risk, users, movements and much more.
Currently, our Tap to Pay service by Paylands supports payments with Visa and Mastercard credit and debit cards. We are continually working to expand our range of accepted cards, so we recommend staying tuned for future updates.
Yes! Our Tap to Pay service is compatible with various popular digital wallets, such as Apple Pay, Google Pay, and Samsung Pay. This means that customers can choose to pay conveniently with their digital wallet, either through their mobile device or smartwatch, instead of using a physical card. Additionally, this option provides an extra level of security and ease of use in transactions.
The fundamental reason for tapping the card on the back of the phone instead of the front lies in the placement of the NFC antenna in most Android phones. NFC technology enables contactless data transmission between devices, as in the case of payment transactions. In Android phones, this NFC antenna is strategically located on the back of the device.
Initially, it may be confusing for some customers, as intuition suggests tapping the card on the front of the phone. However, it is crucial to explain this, and over time, customers will adapt and appreciate the efficiency of contactless payment.
With the Tap to Pay feature, your customers can instantly receive a digital receipt for their transaction. This is achieved by scanning a QR code directly from the application or receiving the receipt in their email address. This innovative option not only streamlines the purchasing process but also contributes to environmental conservation by eliminating the need for paper in traditional point-of-sale receipts.
Yes, with Tap to Pay, you can accept payments from your customers and process returns. The process is similar to making a payment; you enter the amount in the returns section, and the customer needs to tap the card used for the transaction.
Currently, only Android devices can use Tap to Pay. They must be Android devices with an NFC reader and have Android version 8 or higher installed. If you use the device for card payments, you can also use it to receive payments.
For iOS devices, Apple plans to make it available in the European continent in early 2024. Until now, it’s available in the US, UK, and Australia, but you can check the complete list on their website.
Tap to Pay technology is designed for a wide variety of business types and sectors, from small businesses or sole proprietors to medium-sized enterprises. This contactless payment technology is versatile and can be used in:
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