Request Money Feature for Online Payments | Sage Pay

The simplest way to request payment

Follow up on your unpaid debit orders or simply request a payment for your goods or services from anyone with a
smartphone or email address. Pay Now Request enables you to accept online payments via our secure link sent in an
SMS or email – you don’t even need a website.

“Pay Now Request has been a huge help for our business by providing our customers with a safe and secure online payment option. As we sell cruise packages our clients prefer to pay via credit card, because they benefit from the travel insurance that their bank offers. Having an online payment solution mitigates the credit card fraud risk for our business and gives our clients peace of mind.”

Carla Sissing
Accountant, Lifestyle Cruises

Get paid faster in 3 easy steps:

Send a Payment Request by email or SMS
via your Sage Pay account.

Your customer has up to 6 convenient ways
to make payment.

Funds go into your Sage Pay account and
you get notified directly.

Reduce

Reduce unpaids

Follow up on your unpaid debit orders with a quick SMS or email sent directly from your Sage Pay account and get paid quicker.
Reason 6

Getting paid is easy

Offer 6 payment options and receive payment for deposits, fees, goods and services with a simple SMS or email.
Smart devices

Payment on the go

If your business is mobile in nature and you need immediate payment, simply login to Sage Pay on your smart device and send a payment request.
Paid

Payment notification

You don’t need to check that you’ve been paid, funds go into your Sage Pay account and you get notified directly.

Contact us

Allow Sage Pay to help you streamline your business processes and automate your cash flow; enquire about a Sage Pay account today.

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