RapidPay is the legal profession’s trusted provider of financial services, offering flexible payment options and an easy to use account reconciliation platform.
Clients can pay by all major credit cards, BPAY, EFT or payment plans*, and upon payment, view receipts automatically generated by RapidPay.
The Service Portal integrates with RapidPay to help your clients pay their bills in a modern way; all they need is a reference number. The Service Portal keeps clients in the one place to do everything, including paying their bills.
The process is seamless from the point of sending an invoice (invoice sent, payment made, receipt generated and automatically emailed to the client) – saving you countless hours of administrative work.
After you have generated an invoice in LEAP, clients then have three payment options:
Payment via emailed invoice
RapidPay works to make payments easy for your clients. Payment footers are automatically included in your invoice and Trust statements, so clients can choose between one of the payment options displayed.
Email signatures buttons
Clients can pay by clicking the “Make a Payment” button on your email signature which links through to the Service Portal.
‘Make a Payment’ tab on the Portal
With the Service Portal, a client can click on the ‘Make a Payment’ tab.
The client will then be directed to enter their reference number to pay the bill.
Your Service Portal integrates with RapidPay and LEAP to allow clients to pay by credit card, BPAY, EFT, or enter a pay-by-the-month plan.*
After a payment has been made you will be notified via email. Once the funds have been deposited to your account a receipt will be automatically generated in LEAP and emailed to the payer. This automatic integration with LEAP ensures there is no margin for human error.
*For the UK, clients can pay by credit card, debit card or BACS. Pay-by-the-month is not available yet.
If you are looking to provide your clients with a modern and simple way to pay their bills, book in for a free online demo of the Service Portal today.