IOS Gift/Loyalty

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Gift/ Loyalty allows you to maintain a database of privately labeled cards to disperse to current and/or potential customers. Gift/Loyalty cards dispersed in this manner can then be used as a form of payment with your company. Database management of your privately labeled cards is maintained online, but the mobile payment app allows you to perform transactions on those cards.

Charge

Gift/Loyalty Charge

A charge allows you to debit the customer’s gift/loyalty card, leaving the customer with a lower available balance.

  1. Swipe or key card# and enter amount of transaction.
  2. Click Actions and Submit.
  3. The transaction will process within 3-5 seconds and display/print the transaction response.

Refund

A refund will initiate a credit to a customer's gift/loyalty card.

  1. Swipe or key card# and enter amount of transaction.
  2. Click Actions and Submit.
  3. The transaction will process within 3-5 seconds and display/print the transaction response.

Balance Inquiry

A balance inquiry allows you to check the available balance on a card.

  1. Swipe or key card#.
  2. Click Actions and Submit.
  3. The available balance will display/print.

Activate

Activating a gift/loyalty card allows that card to be used for transactions going forward.

  1. Swipe or key card# and enter amount of starting balance.
  2. Click Actions and Submit.
  3. The transaction will process within 3-5 seconds and display/print the transaction response.

Add Value

Add value allows you to increase the available balance on an gift/loyalty card.

  1. Swipe or key card# and enter the amount being added to the card.
  2. Click Actions and Submit.
  3. The transaction will process within 3-5 seconds and display/print the transaction response.

Deactivate

Deactivating a gift/loyalty card stops transactions from being processed on that card going forward.

  1. Swipe or key card#.
  2. Click Actions and Submit.
  3. The transaction will process within 3-5 seconds and display/print the transaction response.