We’ve partnered with PayPal, a trusted brand in payments, to help you get paid nearly anywhere, whether you’re at a job site, store, or your home office. With the PayPal Here mobile point of sale (mPOS) system, you can now easily accept payments–right from your Invoice2go app.1

You can get paid fast

When you connect PayPal Here and Invoice2go, you can:

  • Accept credit card payments, nearly anywhere you interact with customers, without leaving our app.
  • Pay as little as 2.7% per US card swipe.2 And there are no monthly fees, cancellation fees, or processing minimums.3


Get started with PayPal Here

If you already have your PayPal Here card reader, it’s easy to connect it to your Invoice2go app. First, make sure you’ve updated to the latest version of the app and then click here from your mobile.

If you don’t have a PayPal Here card reader, here’s how to get one:

  1. Go to “PayPal Here” under “Client payment options” in your Invoice2go Settings.
  2. Tap on “Get started” to link your PayPal account (or create a new one)4 and order a reader. Your first magnetic stripe card reader is free (only available in the US), or you can get the chip reader for $49 when you use our discount code ‘Invoice2go’.5

Once you’re connected, you can start taking payments on your Invoice2go app. Simply select any invoice with a balance and select the “Charge on reader” option when you add a payment. Your customer can insert their credit, or debit card, into your card reader (or you can enter the card details manually). And voila—you’re paid!

We’re excited for you to get paid quickly with Invoice2go.


1 Mobile point of sale is currently only available for customers in the US, UK and Australia.

2 For non-U.S. cards, there’s an additional 1.5% fee applied to the transaction. Fees are subject to change. See current pricing.
3 Fees subject to change. See current pricing.
4 Subject to additional terms.
5 With the discount, the PayPal Here chip reader costs $49 USD, $49 AUD or £45 GBP depending on your location. Offer valid from October 27, 2017 – October 27, 2019.