Introducing the iZettle Invoice service

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The new iZettle Invoice service is now available free of charge to all current iZettle customers using their app. New customers can download the app on iOS from Apps Store and on Android from Google Play to become iZettle users and start using the iZettle invoice service.

As they say of the benefits of the iZettle Invoice feature:

Invoice in seconds. In just a few clicks, small businesses can create and send professional looking invoices from anywhere within the iZettle app.
Get paid, just like that. Online invoices help small businesses to keep their cash flowing. What’s more iZettle tracks it all, monitoring which bills have been paid, which are outstanding and which need automatic reminders sent.
Transparent pricing. Small businesses can send an unlimited number of invoices for a fee of only 2.5% per invoice – and their customers are never charged a fee.
Everything in one place. Cash, card or invoice. With iZettle, small businesses don’t have to jump between services to handle sales. They’re all in one place, with free analytics and reporting tools to help grow the business.
Bill in advance. Send your invoices to customers and get paid upfront for the larger jobs you do to help manage cash flow.

Jacob de Geer, CEO, says of the new iZettle invoice service: “UK small business owners often have to deal with far too much administration, in lots of different places. We want to take the load off and are continuously expanding our product suite to help small businesses get paid, sell smarter and grow their business.”

It would be interesting to hear from Tamebay readers who use the iZettle service in any way shape or form because, whilst any tech developments are of interest, it doesn’t seem that the service in general is getting much cut through. Do you use it?

One Response

  1. I have been with iZettle since the beginning… but never used the service (because I do tend to sign up for freebies for no good reason).

    We recently thought about selling at a show so we dug out the card reader, called iZettle and they put us on to Maplin for a better price on a new card reader.

    I read you piece this morning about invoicing and got very interested indeed… but then the bad news, starting with the small annoyances.

    * You can only create invoices in the app, not on their website as well
    * You cannot cancel an invoice. I sent myself one as a test (at their suggestion) and it lives now forever in my account.
    * The customer has to have a UK bank account!
    .. and the killer issue..
    * The customer must be in the UK when they pay the invoice!!!
    Now, that may cover a great many scenarios but I do not want to spend my time explaining this to someone who got an invoice then went on holiday and cannot now pay me.
    What about UK bank account holders who are in the UK but using a VPN? Not allowed.

    Sadly, a Fail.



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