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How should I process credit card fees with the API interface

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Contributing Partner BertusV
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Re: How should I process credit card fees with the API interface

The way I solved it, is to create another line with a zero tax on the service order.  That way the payment can still flow thru and be applied to the order.  And there is a record of the transaction in MYOB.  In the future I will code those transactions to another GL account.

 

Thanks for the response.

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Re: How should I process credit card fees with the API interface

Hi there @BertusV,

Great question.

This really comes down to how your client and their partner/consultant advises on recording the transaction.

Once you have a reference for how to do it in-product you can reproduce the same process via the API (the API endpoints match closely the screens in the product).

I appreciate this isn't a direct answer on _how_ but the process advice does need to be deferred to your client and their accounting/bookkeeping advisors.

Cheers!

Jack

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Contributing Partner BertusV
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How should I process credit card fees with the API interface

So of my customers want to pass the credit card fee on to the customer.  How would I add these via the API?

 

Obviously you don't want to apply the fee to the order.

 

Bertus

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