How to Process One-Time Payments

How to Process One-Time Payments
ADP Payments Tutorial Series
How to Process One-time Payments
One‐time payments are entered from the collect new payment tab in the ADP Payments Payments center. The basic steps for entering a one‐time payment are as follows:
1. Load an existing customer or enter a new one.
2. Enter the Payment amount.
3. Select the Payment Method.
4. Select the account to debit or enter a new one.
5. Click the “collect payment” button.
Watch the short videos below to see how its done. Then, use the step‐by‐step instructions to walk through it yourself.
Process One-time Payment for an Existing Customer (Credit Card Example)
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Process a One-time Payment for a New Customer (ACH Example)
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Follow the detailed instructions below to process a one‐time payment in ADP Payments.
1. Load a customer into the new payment form. You can do this by searching for an existing customer, or creating a new one.
a. To load an existing customer:
i. Enter at least three characters of the Company Name, First Name or Last Name in the Customer field, as shown above.
ii. A list of potential matches will appear below the Customer field.
iii. Click on the one you want to load.
NOTE: If you don’t see the customer you want, click the “add a new customer” link to add one. ADP Payments Tutorial Series
How to Process One‐time Payments
Page 2 of 7 b. To enter and load a new customer:
i. Click the “add new customer” link next to the Customer field.
ii. A blank Customer screen appears.
iii. Enter First Name and Last Name. If you want the customer to get an emailed receipt for the transaction, enter Email as well. Other fields are optional. NOTE: Payment processing rules require that receipts be sent for all transactions. If you do not enter an email address for the customer, be certain that you are saving contact information so that you can send receipts in some other way.
iv. Click the “save changes” button at the bottom of the screen to save the customer information.
c. You should now see the Customer Record you selected or entered in the new payment form, as shown below: 2. Enter the amount you are collecting in the Payment amount field. Enter an amount in the format of 0.00. Do not include the $‐‐ The system will automatically add that for you.
3. The Payment type field defaults to “One‐time payment.” Leave this default selection as is.
4. The Payment date field displays the current date by default. Leave this default selection as is.
NOTE: For instructions on entering a one‐time payment for a future date see Chapter 4 in the ADP Payments User Guide.
ADP Payments Tutorial Series
How to Process One‐time Payments
Page 3 of 7 5. Select Credit card or echeck (ACH) in the Choose a payment method section.
NOTE: You will only see one option here if your account is configured for only Credit Card or only Echeck (ACH) processing, in which case you will not need to make a selection.
6. Select the credit card or bank account you want to use, or enter a new one.
a. Credit Card
i. The default credit card will be selected automatically. To use a different saved card, select its radio button in the Use column, ask your customer for the card’s CVV2 code and enter it in the CVV2 Code field.
NOTE: CVV2 validation is used as a security measure to verify that the customer has the card in hand when authorizing a payment. The CVV2 code is the three digit code located on the back of Visa, MasterCard, and Discover cards, or the 4 digit code located on the front of American Express cards. The CVV2 code is NEVER stored by the system, and for security reasons you should ask your customer to provide this number each time a payment is processed.
ii. If entering a new card, enter values for Card type, Card number, CVV2 code, and Expiration date in the fields located under the saved cards table. Enter Billing Zip/Postal Code for the card if the field is not auto‐filled for you. You can set the new card as the default by checking the Set as default account box.
NOTE: The Billing Zip/Postal Code field is used for AVS address validation. The field will auto‐fill with the Zip/Postal Code saved for the Customer Record. Ask your customer to confirm that this value is correct when entering a new credit card. If the field is blank, ask your customer to provide the billing zip code associated with the credit card.
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How to Process One‐time Payments
Page 4 of 7 b. Echeck (ACH) i. In the Echeck (ACH) type drop‐down box, select the type of ACH transaction for which you have obtained authorization. The following Types are appropriate for one‐time payments:
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PPD‐Written (You have a signed authorization from your customer.)
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TEL‐‐Telephone (Your customer authorized the transaction over the phone.)
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WEB‐‐ Website (Your customer authorized the transaction via a form on the Internet.)
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CCD‐‐ Company (This is a transaction between two companies, and you have an overriding agreement with the other company for ACH transactions.)
NOTE: Many business checking accounts are not enabled for ACH transactions. Before entering a CCD transaction, make certain that your customer confirms that the account is enabled for ACH. If it is not, you may be assessed Return fees and/or Chargeback fees.
ii. The default bank account will be selected automatically. To use a different saved bank account, select the radio button in the Use column for the account you want to charge.
iii. For a new account, enter the Bank name, Bank routing number, Bank account number, and Account type in the fields located under the saved accounts table. You can set the new bank account as the default by checking the Set as default account box.
7. Review the Email Receipt settings for the payment and make any required changes. The settings in this section are based on the Receipt and Notification settings you created in the Settings‐‐> Configuration‐‐> Email Preferences and Templates screen. (See Email Preferences and Templates in Chapter 8 of the ADP Payments User Guide for details on how to configure receipt settings.
NOTE: The system will automatically select the correct receipt to send based on the payment type (credit card/ACH) and sub‐type (MOTO/Swipe or PPD/TEL/WEB/CCD). ADP Payments Tutorial Series
How to Process One‐time Payments
Page 5 of 7 Depending on your default settings, you can: •
Check or un‐check the first and/or second box if you don’t want to send the receipt to that address.
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Enter a different email address in the Send to other field, or add an additional address to the field. You can enter multiple addresses separated by commas. (200 characters maximum)
NOTE: If you have also elected to send a receipt to the customer, the email address(es) entered in the Send to other field will be the email CC addresses. If the send to customer box is not checked, then email addresses in this box will be placed in the email To field.
8. Review the failed payment notification settings, and make any required changes. The settings in this section are based on the Receipt and Notification settings you set in the Settings‐‐> Configuration‐‐> Email Preferences and Templates screen. (See Email Preferences and Templates in Chapter 8 of the ADP Payments User Guide for details on how to configure failure notification settings.)
NOTE: The system will automatically select the correct notification to send based on the payment type (credit card/ACH) and sub‐type (MOTO/Swipe or PPD/TEL/WEB/CCD).
Depending on your default settings, you can:
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Check or un‐check the first and/or second box if you don’t want to send the failure notification to that email address.
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Enter a different email address in the Send to other field, or add an additional address to the field. You can enter multiple addresses separated by commas. (200 characters maximum)
NOTE: If you have also elected to send a failure notification to the customer, the email address(es) entered in the Send to other field will be the email CC addresses. If the send to customer box is not checked, then email addresses in this box will be placed in the email To field.
9. Click the “collect payment” button at the bottom right of the screen to submit the payment. Or click the “cancel” button to discard it.
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If there are any errors with the transaction, or if it is not authorized, you will see an error message displayed at the top of the screen as well as a detailed explanation at the point of the problem. You can then make corrections and re‐submit the payment, or discard it.
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How to Process One‐time Payments
Page 6 of 7 10. When the payment is authorized, the manage payments screen will appear. There will be a message above the Payments table verifying that the transaction was successfully entered. The new transaction will be at the top of the table, as shown below.
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The first column will display the payment Status. •
For Credit Card the Status will be “Authorized.”
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For Echeck (ACH) the Status will be “Posted.”
The Confirm. # column will display the transaction confirmation number. At this point, you can view or print transaction details by clicking the linked Confirm. # or selecting “View transaction details” from the Action button menu.
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