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Online invoice payments

Online invoice payments is a secure payment service that gives your customers an easier and faster way to pay you. Customers can pay online using their VISA, MasterCard, AMEX, BPAY, Apple Pay, Google PayTM or PayPal. Let customers pay how they want to pay.

Check out the video to learn how to set up and use online invoice payments.

Fees and charges

There are no setup or cancellation fees with online invoice payments, but there is a transaction fee that will apply to all payments made online.

Transaction fees: $0.25 per transaction + 1.8% of the total invoice (which you can pass on to your customers through surcharging, excluding BPAY). You'll only be charged after your customer makes the payment.

If you'd like more information on how fees and charges work with online payments, see Fees and charges.

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It's easy to get set up with online invoice payments, just make sure you have the following information ready (find out why we need this information):

Make sure you have your:

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    Australian Business Number (ABN)

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    Business trading and sales details

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    Proof of identity — have your driver's licence or passport handy

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    Bank details to settle your funds and to pay associated fees and charges

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    Estimates of total annual sales in dollars and number of online invoice transactions per month (see your Sales reports).

You can start your online invoice payments application by visiting the onboarding website, or from within MYOB by following the steps in 'Get set up' below.

We'll step you through the application and ask you a few simple questions so that we can verify your business and account details to make sure that your information is kept safe and secure.

We'll email you once your application has been approved. 

Customers can pay you online — even from a printed invoice

No matter how you invoice your customers, they'll be able to pay you online. So if you prefer to download an invoice as a PDF and email it to your customer – and you've set up online invoice payments – they can still view and pay the invoice online. A QR code is automatically added to your invoice when you print it or export it as a PDF. When the customer scans this QR code using their phone, they can view the online invoice and easily pay it online.

QR code on an invoice


Learn more about Sending an online invoice link to a customer.

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