What's New- partial refunds
- additional security features
- suppression of duplicate transactions
- restoring or backing up of inventory enhancements
- additional bug fixes
App DescriptionPayment processing made simple with Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant
Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant may help you increase sales, enhance customer service, and grow profitsâ€”all from your smartphone or tablet.
Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant makes card processing straightforward and convenientâ€”whether in-person and on the go. This powerful app enables you to accept card payments right from your mobile device helping you process payments quickly and securely.
Accept payments with your smartphone or tablet
The Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant app turns your smartphone or tablet into a mini card processing terminal that can perform many of the same functions as a traditional point of sale terminal.
Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant supports all major cards and provides real time processing and reporting capabilities. Cards can be swiped or keyed and once the transaction is completed, receipts can be emailed or sent via text message. Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant also offers tips and tax functionality.
Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant provides 24/7 customer support to help you be successful. Just call 1-866-277-4820 to speak to a Support Specialist.
Before you can accept card payments with Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant, youâ€™ll need to set up a payment processing account (if you donâ€™t already have one).
We make opening a payment processing account practically effortless. Call 1-800-262-2893 Monday - Friday, between 7:00 and to 6:00 pm Pacific Time to get started.
Once you have a payment processing account, itâ€™s easy to start accepting payments through your mobile device. Hereâ€™s what youâ€™ll need:
1.Apple mobile device (iPhone or iPad) with data service plan (Internet access)
2.Payment processing account
3.Wells Fargo Mobile Merchant app
4.Optional card reader
You will now be ready to take payments from your customers anytime, anywhere. Itâ€™s that simple!
January 29, 2014 New version 2.5.4
August 26, 2013 Initial Release