How does the $1000 free square processing work and where do I sign up?

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    Asked on September 27, 2016 at 11:47 AM

    Hello, I searched and searched but I could not find anywhere where it explained what "Get $1000 in free processing when you sign up with Square" means.

    What does this mean??? 

    What we will be using it for on our website will be a place where our customers can go pay for the services they are requesting. Does this mean that, if for example, Sally pays $300, Jane pays $500, and Jack pays $300 = $1100 there is a fee after we reach over $1000 in payments?


    Verbiage on the site is vague and cannot find anywhere that explains what this means. If you could that would be great. Thank you!

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    Answered on September 27, 2016 at 02:37 PM

    It seems to me that you are a little confused about the $1000 in free processing by Square when using our integration.

    To my current knowledge what that means is that when you add our square payment integration and signup through it for a new account for square's payment processing gateway via our app integration you'll get free processing up to $1000 at which point square's default fees will then kick in and begin charging you.

    Please refer to for more details.

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    Answered on September 29, 2016 at 01:31 AM

    Actually you get free processing on your first $1000.00 in sales/transactions. After you have made 1000.00 in sales/transactions you will start to pay 2.9% on the rest of your sales and transactions. But you can also refer people to sign up for Square and when they do, they will also get the same deal and you will receive an additional free processing for another $1000.00. I refer people all of the time through this link: and currently all of my processing is free and has been for about a year. Here is a screenshot of my free processing.