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We at PayMe have developed a system that allows our customers to transfer funds to their suppliers.
The funds will be transferred from PayMe accounts to each other via the "transfer between wallets" method.
The payment can be set for a specific date, depending on what the business has defined.
How does it work?
The service allows PayMe's customers to transfer payments to their suppliers, following services they have received from them.
Depending on the customer's choice, the payments can be sent as a one-time payment or as a monthly/weekly payment.
The system makes it possible to transfer payments between PayMe wallets, set the requested payment due date quickly, and see all transfers made to suppliers conveniently and clearly within the system, in the "Supplier Payments" table - all in one place.
How to use it?
Receiving payment from a customer -
Once a PayMe customer chooses to use the "Supplier Payments" service to forward the payment to you, an email is automatically sent to your email address with all the relevant payment details.
If there is no PayMe account, it is necessary to open a new account in order to receive the funds.
If a PayMe account already exists, all that is left to do is confirm the payment by Email and wait for the transfer date set by the payer.
Once the due date set by the payer has arrived, the money will be automatically transferred to my PayMe account, where the funds can be withdrawn directly to the bank account set up in the account.
The withdrawal can be made through the system via the "Balance & Payouts" tab.
Sending a payment to customer -
If you have a PayMe account, you can send payments to your suppliers.
The payment can be created through the tab "Payment to suppliers" à "Create New".
When creating a new contract, enter the details of the relevant supplier, the amount requested to be transferred, the due date, whether a one-time payment or recurring.
Once the contract is created, an email is sent to the supplier's Email address. The Email will contain all the details of the contract created by you.
If everything is in place, The supplier will have to confirm the Email. If he does not have a PayMe account, he will have to register for the system.
Once the recipient has approved the contract, another Email will be sent to the contract initiator requesting final confirmation of the contract details to ensure none of the details entered is incorrect.
What can be done in a Payme account?
In addition to receiving money from customers and sending money to my suppliers, the PayMe system offers many other options to help your business succeed.
PayMe provides secure and straightforward clearing solutions to all its customers.
Transactions can be made through the system in various payment methods (Bit, Paypal, international credit cards, etc.)
In addition, there is an app store that allows the assimilation of additional and extensive capabilities that can facilitate the business in cash flow management and day-to-day management.
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