Collecting session fees

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Dimi Arhontidis
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Set up the method of payment for collecting fees during booking. Invoices are automated, commission-free, and totally straightforward for you & your clients.

In this article we will cover the following:

  • Setup the method of payment
  • Collecting session fees
  • Configuring Packages

Set up the method of payment

Manage > Payments, under the Collecting Session Fees section, click the "Edit" button:


You can connect your own Square, Stripe or Paypal account to start collecting session fees online:


  • Stripe. Click "Connect with Stripe" to sign in to your Stripe account 
  • Square. Click "Connect to Square" to sign in to your Square account
  • Paypal/Venmo. Click "Connect with PayPal" to sign in to your PayPal account. You can add PayPal to either Stripe or Square to accept both during booking

Paypal / Venmo important note

With PayPal enabled, clients can pay you using their Paypal account, Venmo or with a debit/credit card.

Please note: Since Venmo is part of PayPal, with PayPal enabled, we can provide a way for your clients to pay with their Venmo app and the funds go to your PayPal account. For your clients to see the Venmo button, they need to be on a mobile phone with the Venmo app installed. Venmo transactions are subject to the standard PayPal base rate of 2.9% plus $0.30 per transaction fee. PayPal will also decline transactions for accounts that are not verified PayPal business accounts.
How do I change the type of Paypal account I have?

We have had some reports of clients not able to successfully pay using Venmo when using an internal app browser such as through the Facebook, Instagram etc. If this happens, you can ask them to try opening up your booking page on their native mobile browser and try again.


Collecting session fees

Creating packages and settings fees. This method of creating packages and setting fees works for all the types of sessions in the software.


Creating packages

If you choose to offer package, you will have to create and configure each one individually:




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