How to use Widr Pay
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Frequently Asked Questions
  • Is Widr Pay free?

    No. There is no subscription or setup fees, but we charge banking fees per transaction.

  • Why do customers pay quicker with Widr Pay than bank wire?

    Because there is no friction. There are more payment options. From debit card or credit card and even Apple Pay.

  • Is it really tailored for law firms?

    Yes. It’s created by & for lawyers. Widr Pay is ABA compliant and CCPA compliant. We respect your privacy and all the data is yours. We don't store any banking information or debit card ID. We run on Stripe (the world’s most popular payment provider) to provide you security and insurance (anti-fraud).

  • Is it easy to setup?

    It takes seconds to sign-up. Most users are able to add their banking information and start collecting payments in less than ten minutes!

  • What are the payment options for companies?

    Direct Debit. Your customer could pay you as they would for a bank wire. How: provide SWIFT and ABA. No more information needed. This method is supported by 99% companies on market.

  • Are there limitations on payments by card?

    No. The only limitation is your customer limitation. If you bill a $10K invoice and your customer doesn’t have enough to cover it, they will be declined; they will get a message saying they have insufficient funds or have exceeded their payment limitation. We will provide a secondary option: direct debit (pay by SWIFT + Routing number).

  • Where is the money received?

    The bank account that you set up. We accept bank accounts in over 120 countries.

  • Can I refund a customer?

    Yes. You can refund in total or partially. You can also register a manual payment (check, cash) or just cancel an invoice.

  • Do you see my payment information?

    No. We take care of the ultra-simple dashboard to manage/follow your invoices and payments, Stripe takes care of the security of the transaction (with the antifraud insurance included in the service fees)

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