The Setmore-LawPay integration enables clients to pay for your services ahead of time. Add a payment gateway to your online Booking Page and let visitors schedule and pay securely via credit or debit card.
Not only does this offer extra convenience, but you can also reduce invoicing time and sync transaction details between apps.
Your Setmore account: The LawPay integration is available to Setmore Free, Pro & Team users.
Your verified LawPay account: Complete the LawPay setup and verification process before enabling this integration. Learn more >
This integration is currently available to users based in the US only.
Enable the LawPay integration in the web app
First, go to Settings > Payments > Configure.
Select the LawPay tile and click Connect.
Log into your LawPay account when prompted. This permits your apps to connect and share data.
Once complete, the LawPay integration will be enabled. View recent payments and issue refunds by navigating to Settings > Payments > History.
Getting paid from your Booking Page
After enabling the LawPay integration, Booking Page payments are automatically switched on. A payment gateway appears on your Booking Page, allowing clients to pay online. By default, payment is optional.
To switch off Booking Page payments at any time, head to Settings > Payments > Booking Page. Next, scroll to 'Do you want to accept payments from your Booking Page?' and turn the switch off.
If you’d like to make payment mandatory before an appointment is confirmed, head to Settings > Payments > Booking Page and edit step 2.
How do I manage Booking Page payments?
Follow this support article to manage Booking Page payments.
Can I make prepayment mandatory?
Yes. Once the LawPay integration is enabled, navigate to Settings > Payments > Booking Page in your Setmore web account. Below ‘Is payment required at the time of booking?’, you can make payment mandatory.
Are there transaction fees for the LawPay integration?
Yes. LawPay charges 2.95% processing and $0.20 per transaction for MasterCard, Visa and Discover. These fees differ based on your company’s location.