Pay Invoices with Square

If you receive an emailed or manually shared invoice from a merchant using Square, you can pay it online using a supported payment card, Apple Pay or Google Pay.

How to Pay a Square Invoice

  1. To pay a Square Invoice, begin by clicking Pay Invoice in the invoice notification message.
  2. Fill in all required info: name on card, card number, expiry month and year, billing postcode and CVV. Note: You can also pay using Apple Pay or Google Pay.
  3. Click Submit.

We recommend paying your invoice within 30 days, but the merchant may include different payment terms. Make sure to read through the invoice thoroughly, and follow the merchant’s instructions. If the merchant has tipping enabled, you’ll also see the option to include a tip with your payment. You can add a tip of up to 50% of the invoice total.

You also have the option to pay your invoice in person with the Square Seller.

If you experience any issues with paying a Square Invoice, review these helpful troubleshooting tips.

Note: Paying an invoice with Square is secure. Invoices can be paid with any supported card and you won’t be charged a fee.

Reply to an Invoice

If you have any questions about the items listed, amount owed or would like to request a refund, reply from your invoice message to contact the merchant.

The invoice itself may also contain the merchant’s email and phone number. Click Pay Invoice to open invoice details, and scroll to the bottom of the page to find shared contact information.

Update your Reply-To Email Address

When a merchant replies to an invoice or estimate message, make sure the message is sent to your preferred email address by taking the following steps:

  1. Visit your Account & Settings tab in your online Square Dashboard > Business > Locations.
  2. Click on the location you want to edit.
  3. Within Contact Information, update your preferred email address for that location > press Save.
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