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Topic # 201522 22-Aug-2016 12:53
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Hey guys,
So we are looking to invoice in foreign currencies (average invoice size perhaps around $150NZD). We can get incoming bank payments (which incur a $15 fee for us and probably something similar for the sender) - which works for larger payments.

 

Credit cards are the easier option and I don't think our payment processor (payment express) charges anything extra for this. However our bank will (BNZ) and it seems quite expensive. This may be easier as we generate the invoices from Xero and payment express is integrated directly in so the clients can simply press pay (it would be good if the clients could select a list of invoices to pay together as the "average" ticket size would be larger).

 

The fees are pretty steep though:

 

 

How do others process foreign payments?






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  Reply # 1615750 22-Aug-2016 13:12
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Can you use PAypal


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  Reply # 1615801 22-Aug-2016 14:18
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Payoneer worth considering.





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