How does TheFork PAY work for Restaurants
TheFork PAY is the completely free and innovative mobile payment solution by TheFork
More and more dinners ask to pay directly from their mobile phone when they are at the restaurant. That's why TheFork brings the perfect solution with TheFork PAY.
TheFork PAY is a payment solution on mobile quick and easy to use. Also, this new feature of TheFork PAY, is the world’s first completely free QR code-based payment system for restaurants, as transaction fees are waived, unlike credit card payments.
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How does it work for restaurants?
TheFork PAY is so easy to use! Once you have activated it, here are a few steps to use it for your restaurant.
Print the receipt normally and bring it to your customers' table, they will enter the amount on their TheFork app and complete the payment. Here's what they will see.
2. When your customer has paid, you can check directly on TheFork Manager thanks to a credit card icon that you will see next to the booking of the same customer on TheFork Manager system.
3. You will also receive an email with the details of that specific transaction. Also, if you have downloaded the TFM3 app, you'll receive a notification directly on your mobile phone.
4. In addition, at the end of the service you will receive a summary email with all the day's transactions
How does it work for clients
The benefits are not only for you, but also for your clients. They'll only need to follow 4 simple steps:
📲 Introduce the total amount of the bill or split it between the diners if they wish.
💳 Select the method of payment they prefer. They can pay via credit card, Apple Pay...
👛 Choose the tip they want to leave.
✅ Receive the confirmation of the payment.
Now that you know all about TheFork PAY, is time that you don't forget all its advantages and how easy is to use. For that, we've prepared a one-pager you can use to remember all of it.
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