Your customers can give their consent to have their payment information saved for later use. If a consumer gives their consent, that payment information can be accessed by, and used for, future transactions (for future payments and payment schedules).
PAYER AUTHORIZATION FOR FUTURE USE IN FLOW
When a user enters payment information into the PDCflow app, they have the option to indicate the payer’s authorization to store that information for future use. The payer authorization checkbox should be checked if the payer has granted authorization to store payment credentials for future transactions or for a payment schedule. If the checkbox is not selected then that payment’s credit card number or bank account number will not be available for later use.
When a Payment Schedule is created, the system assumes payer authorization has been given for the schedule’s transactions.
Schedules can be configured to include a Payment Consent statement (also known as a Mini Miranda) within an initial email and/or text message if necessary. To set this up, send your Payment Consent/Mini Miranda statement to our Customer Success Team to be added to your account. Payment Consent/Mini Miranda statements are included within the emails and/or text messages sent with new Schedules’ Consent Request FLOWs.
When a customer is on a payment page, they have the option to save their payment information for later use. If they select that option, their payment information can be used for future payments and payment schedules. If they do not select the option, the payment’s credit card number or bank account number will not be available for later use.
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Please reach out to our Customer Success team via email at: firstname.lastname@example.org for further assistance.