I don't see "set up payments" at the bottom when i'm creating an invoice. Anyone else have that problem?


I can help you create an invoice that contains the payment link, jamielaguilles.

It can be that you've already applied for online payments. Have you applied recently? If yes, that'll usually take up to 3 business days to know if it was accepted or declined through email notification.

The email also contains instructions for how to set up payments. Then, when you create an invoice, you'll just have to select how your client sends their payment either through Bank transfer or Credit card

When they receive the invoice, there will be a separate email that contains the instruction on how they'll send you the payment.

Here's more information on how to let your clients pay you online. Also, check this article for more information on what happens when you send an invoice.

Stay in touch and let me know if you have other concern about your invoice by leaving a comment below. I'm always here to assist. Have a great rest of the day. 

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