Why send an invoice?
An invoice is an official document that confirms a transaction between a buyer and a seller. It typically includes the quantity, name, and price of goods/services, the date sent, the due date, payment type, invoice number, tax information, merchant name, customer name, and contact details. Invoices are usually sent once the services or goods have been delivered, but before payment has been made.
Unlike a receipt, invoices contain information and contact details of the cardholder. Therefore, an invoice is more detailed and often preferred as proof for payment. To learn more about how to send receipts within the SumUp App, click here.
Pricing and fees
There are no contracts or monthly fees to use SumUp Invoices. All you pay is 2.90% + $0.15 per invoice card payment.
Enable SumUp Invoices
Make sure your SumUp App is up to date
Open the SumUp App and log in
Tap on "More” at the bottom right-hand corner of your screen
Tap “Invoices” (underneath the My Business section)
Tap “Start invoicing”
Login to your SumUp Dashboard at me.sumup.com.
From the menu on the left hand side of the page, click on “Invoices”.
Click “Start Invoicing”.
Click “New Invoice”.
Add in your business details
You’re all set! Now you’re ready to create your first invoice from your SumUp App or Dashboard. You can also click on “Settings” from the menu on the left-hand side of the page to edit your Invoice Settings.