How does Payzip work?
Once you’ve added your members (just a name and email address for them), there are two ways you can collect money using Payzip.
Mostly used for fixed payments with known recipients, like subs and affiliation fees, Payzip helps you quickly create and send a set of invoices to your members. You can add discounts at creation, e.g. a family or loyalty discount. See how easy it is.
Members receive the invoice by email and choose how they want to pay. Payzip lets your club to collect payments by card/mobile, as well as cash, cheque and Bacs.
For payments made online, Payzip combines cleared payments into one simple payout to the club’s bank account, hugely simplifying reconciliation. A full payment breakdown is provided inside Payzip.
Manual payments (cash, cheque and Bacs) can be recorded too, keeping all the member payments in one place.
Regardless of how a member pays, Payzip will send an automatic email receipt once the payment is recorded.
Payzip’s Pings are useful when you don’t know exactly who is going to pay the club. For example, when holding a session with limited spaces, ordering new team kit, or paying a tour deposit. Creating a Ping generates a link, which Payzip can send to your members by email, but you can also distribute on our existing network - WhatsApp, Facebook, newsletter, clubhouse posters etc.
When a member responds, Payzip records it and collects any payment due. The member can also leave notes for you, such as kit size, or dietary info - whatever you need.
Pings can be bound by an end date, quantity available, and set a limit per member. When a Ping expires or sells out, it’s closed automatically and no longer available.
As an organiser, you now have a list of interested member responses (which you can export if you want) and the money is paid to your club in the weekly payout, along with any invoice payments. A full breakdown of payments is provided.