MyCase Announces Expansion of MyCase Payments
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MyCase logoMyCase, a leading Web-based legal practice management software, announced today that it is in the process of expanding MyCase Payments to include a built-in credit card option in addition to the free eCheck/ACH service currently available. 

With the expanded credit card payment option, MyCase customers will get paid faster by providing their clients with easy online payment options. MyCase Payments with offer customers simple, transparent pricing for credit card payments with a single, flat 3% transaction fee. “Getting paid quickly for services provided is one of the most important goals of our customers," said Tracy Stevens, MyCase's VP of Product. "Expanding our proprietary payments platform helps our customers manage their receivables more efficiently, improving firm cash flows with less time spent on collections."

Customers will only pay for transactions processed and eCheck payments will continue to be free. Because MyCase Payments is bulit-into the platform, MyCase won't have to deal with a third party since MyCase will handle all set-up and processing questions.

This announcement has generated excitement and praise from MyCase customers. Larry Silverman of Southeast Consumer Law raved, “Getting paid couldn’t be easier—clients don’t have to call me with credit card numbers and I don’t have to maintain a credit card terminal. I just check MyCase in the morning and see who’s paid. It’s as if I’m making money while I sleep!”

The ability to accept free ACH payments is already available to MyCase customers and the built-in credit card service will be available to MyCase customers later in 2016.


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