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Payments by Wave

Getting paid has never been this easy.

Get paid on the go Get paid on the web
  • Online payments: Accept credit cards right on your invoices.
  • Mobile credit card payments: From your iOS device, accept credit cards, log cash payments, and issue receipts.
  • Seamless integration with Wave's accounting tools, so you have better insights into your money.
  • No extra fees! Never deal with setup fees, monthly fees, or card storage fees.
  • Totally secure: Our payment processor is certified PCI level 1 compliant – the most stringent level of certification available.

Accept credit cards today.

Easily sign up to accept Visa, MasterCard, American Express and more.

Easily sign up to accept most major credit cards.

Payments by Wave for iOS

Instant online payment on your invoices

Get started in 3 simple steps

1

To get started, create a free account with Wave, or log in to your existing Wave account.

2

Once you’re all set up and in the app, click on Get Paid.

3

Fill out the simple form and you’re ready to start accepting payments!

Mobile credit card
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Enjoy the satisfaction of getting paid as soon as the job is done with our new iOS app.

Download on the App Store

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Never pay extra fees: No setup fees, no monthly fees, no card storage fees!

Available only in the U.S. and Canada.

Payments by Wave on iOS

Pricing you can understand

No scary fine print. No weird exceptions.

Credit card processing fees are usually mysterious: There's a posted fee, and then there are a million exceptions, so what you pay is never what you thought. Not with Wave. Our flat fee is the same for all the transactions you handle. Period. There are no monthly fees, no setup fees, and no surprises.

30 cents +

2.9%

20 pence plus

2.4%

€0.24 plus

2.4%

30 cents +

2.7%

US/Canada UK Ireland Australia

Available in
the U.S., Canada, U.K., Ireland & Australia