Feature Release: Charge One-Time Transactions.

Your customers gets a speeding ticket for their car rental or needs repair support and you need to charge a one-time transaction—our software has it automated. 

Your customers may get a speeding ticket for their car subscription or require repair support for which you need to charge a one time transaction. What do you do when you need to charge your customers an extra amount besides their recurring payment?

The Problem 😣

Sending customer payment emails and payment reminders to pay their invoices and bills. Since most payment service providers do not support one-time transactions, it is nearly impossible to set up an automated payment collection process for one-time payments.

Implication 🙈

Some customers forget to pay their due son time and some customers delay payment willingly. By sending payment reminders, you may also end up annoying your customers to the point of churning in which case you not only end up losing some revenue but also end up losing a customer.

Solution 🥳

Circuly makes payment service providers smart for subscriptions. With circuly’s internal payment logic we enable you to collect one-time transactions through your payment service providers fast, hassle-free and without annoying your customers with payment reminder emails.

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