Turbo makes getting paid easier. Turbo generates links to secure credit card payment pages. You can copy the link and send it to customers or put a scannable QR code on an invoice or signage. You're also able to specify many options, such as the amount you wish to be paid, or you can let the recipient enter an amount.
Yes! Build your brand with every payment link you send! Use your domain replace the “tur.bo” in your links with the name of your choosing so you can take total control of your content. By using your brand in your links, your audience will know they can trust them. Configure your domain name in Settings, under Custom Domain. It's pretty easy, you'll just need to setup a CNAME record with your DNS provider, which in most cases, is your domain registrar. Email us if you get stuck.
Yes, Turbo supports charges recurring weekly, monthly, and annually.
Yes! You can accept Visa, Mastercard, Discover, American Express, and you can enable accepting ACH payments. ACH is often preferable when accepting larger payments where card transaction fees could be prohibitively high.
Yes! When creating a payment link, you can choose the option to be paid immediatley. Funds typically settle within 30 minutes, including on weekends and holidays.
Turbo provides businesses with the option to collect tips.
Yes! It's easy, just add one snippet of code to your site's HTML and we'll embed a credit card acceptance form.
Yes! We support large businesses with contracts tailored to their needs. Please contact us at email@example.com to learn more!
Yes! When using your domain name or the Turbo domain isn't the best option when creating a payment link, you're welcome to use these domains:
Turbo works with most payment processors, banks, and credit card processing gateways. Please contact us so we can learn more about your scenario!
A convenience fee is a flat fee added to the cost of a transaction that a cardholder is asked to pay. For example, a merchant may charge a convenience fee of $5 per charge/credit card transaction regardless of the total cost. Turbo provides businesses with the option to collect a convenience fee.
Turbo enables businesses to provide customers with the option to scan a QR code, make a payment using their phone, and complete a transaction without looking for a card or touching anything.
This example uses the Turbo domain followed by a username and an amount.
With this example, a customer could change the amount in the URL. You can also omit the amount and let the customer specify an amount.
Turbo has many white-label domain names to choose from which cand lend instant credibility to any project - and keeps the Turbo brand hidden.