ClientPay is a web-based payment processing company developed with law firms in mind. It shares close integrations with Thomson Reuters products, like ProLaw, and is PCI and trust account compliant.
Online client portal and integrations. ClientPay comes with a standalone online payment portal clients can reach through a secure payment link. It also integrates with law practice management software platforms like Thomson Reuters’ ProLaw, Elite 3E, Enterprise, and Firm Central offerings; Rippe & Kingston’s Legal Management System; Devlos’ Soluno; and Aderant’s Expert, with more integrations on the way.
Bill Now. ClientPay’s new Bill Now feature lets lawyers assemble thousands of outstanding invoices at once for easy distribution in minutes, which is great for your backlog of old, outstanding balances. The software generates and sends one-time payment links that let your clients pay without creating an online account.
Real-time balances. You can view and generate real-time reports about payments that have been authorized, funds that have been deposited, and accounts that still have outstanding balances. Your real-time reports give you a real-time idea of where your finances stand.
ClientPay charges no monthly or setup fees. You only pay processing fees for credit cards, echeck/ACH, and debit cards. ClientPay’s pricing is custom for each customer and you must talk with a sales person to determine pricing for your firm.
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Things You Might Want to Know
PCI compliant. All ClientPay features meet PCI level 1 standards, the most rigorous security level available. Your clients’ payment data is encrypted and stored in a PCI-compliant facility to minimize data security issues.
Trust compliant. Set up your operating and trust accounts with ClientPay so all processing fees debit from your operating account to keep you in line with your trust accounting obligations.
Accept eChecks and major credit cards. ClientPay accepts eChecks, which allows your clients to use ACH to make payments. eChecks are easy, secure, and have lower fees. ClientPay also accepts Visa, MasterCard, Discover, and American Express.
Who ClientPay is For
ClientPay is an attractive option for lawyers who are new to payment processing tools. The lack of monthly fees and ease of use, for lawyers and their clients, make ClientPay an easy choice to put on your short list of potential credit card processing options.
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