Not everyone wants to pay you using a credit card, so having another option for collecting money through your form isn’t such a bad idea. That’s why Jotform is excited to introduce our newest payment integration with eCheck.Net; which provides a secure, and simplified way to accept electronic checks.
Using the eCheck.Net payment integration, your customers can pay you through your Jotform payment form simply by entering their bank account information — perfect for donation forms and order forms alike.
eCheck.Net Key Features:
- 0.75% transaction fee, which is lower than credit cards
- Integrated reporting for full view of all transactions
- Faster transaction validation
- Uses the latest Transport Layer Security (TLS) technology, one of the most popular privacy and security web protocols
Here’s how to get set up ;
1) Select eCheck.Net in the payments tab of the form builder.
2) Configure your eCheck.Net account.
3) Collect payments! Once you’ve connected your accounts, you’re all set to get paid from your customers’ bank accounts.
eCheck.Net is a product of Authorize.Net, a long-time payment partner of Jotform’s. So not only are you getting an affordable, easy way to collect electronic checks; but also one that’s backed by one of the most trusted names in the payment world.
Do you use Jotform for collecting payments? Have you encountered customers wanting to pay you by check instead of credit card? Let us know in the comments below!
1. Looking at the wizard, it seems I can only have as user defined amount rather than picking up a number from another field. Is that correct?
2. In direct use of authorize.net for echeck payments, we use the invoice field, but I see no way to pass on values other than the bank account information. Is that correct?
Was interested but a bit pricey.
.75% transaction fee.
DWOLLA is a better deal for my purposes.
Is there an alternative domain with a different name? Where I come from we use the word cheque. If I tell people to go to a site called echeck they will think it is going to check their cyber security or something like that.
You mention a 0.75% transaction fee. Are there any other fees, such as a setup fee, for example?
What else would setting this up entail? It all sounds very simple from your description but what else is involved? What systems do we need to be hooked up with?
Is this feature available worldwide? We are a UK organisation. Would we be able to receive donations from people in our own country and abroad?
can i get salary, when i do this networking
we need E payments supporting UAE, probably a service provider who is based in uae,,
if you provide we shall use it and it should be directly received in AED, probably you might need to speak to Network international NI (Tareq Naeim Lafi Yasin)
that cool what is the next thing to be successful.., I would love to have an echeck option.that is a great one
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This is a great feature. Would be very handy for the UK. Is there a cap on the fee? In the UK other alternatives, such as GoCardless, they ask for a 1% fee but it is capped at £2.00
So we need to create an account with echeck.net, $49 set up fee, $25mo, $10mo minimum processing charges, correct?
Can this work cross-border (US to Canada) or can Canadians use it and the funds deposited into Canadian accounts?
Why .75% for echecks when most echeck processors charge a flat rate of around 30 cents?
So we can use Strip OR E-check but not both? It would be helpful if we could use both as we collect fees to attend our camps and clinics! Thanks.
not surewhat to do
This is awesome! How do we set it up so it auto populates an amount? For shipping price in particular.
This is awesome! Currently, I use your Square integration; however, I would love to have an echeck option. Is there a way to provide both pay options?
No I have no Idea about this