A split payment is when a client decides to pay part of their account with one payment method, and the rest of the account with another payment method.

An example of this is as follows:

  • Cindy visits your business and owed R250.00.

  • She decides to pay R100 on her credit card and the other R150 with cash.

Capturing this payment is quiet simple:

First, you capture the R100 as a card payment on the account:

Once captured, the account will automatically show you the balance that is due today. In this case, R150. Now you capture the R150 as a cash payment:

The two payments are now reflected on the account and will appear correctly on your daily cash up and reports.

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