Chase Mobile Checkout

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Chase Mobile Checkout

JPMorgan Chase & Co.,

Store Category Version Last Update Avg. ratings
Apple Business 3.11.2 January 10, 2018 3.25

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Version 3.11.2 released on January 10, 2018
• The application’s Learn section has been enhanced with FAQs and support for our EMV reader. • The application’s minimum compatibility has been moved to iOS 8.0. • We’ve improved the application’s security with performance enhancements.

Version 3.9.0 released on June 28, 2017
• Revised the transaction experience if a customer wants to leave a tip. • Improved application security with performance enhancements.

Version 3.8.1 released on March 01, 2017
•Extended application time out for sales transactions to 12 hours. •Updates made based on revised card brand requirements for EMV fall-back scenarios •Improved application security with performance enhancements.

Version 3.7.1 released on October 26, 2016
•This release of Chase Mobile Checkout allows support for EMV chip card transactions. Processing an EMV transaction requires the usage of an EMV capable reader and a mobile device meeting minimum requirements of iOS 7.1 and Bluetooth 4.0. •Extended application time out for sales transactions. •Improved application security with performance enhancements.

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App Description

Accept credit cards for your business with your iPhone. With a merchant services account and card reader from Chase and an iPhone, use Chase Mobile Checkout to accept payments on-the-go, virtually anywhere in the U.S., at any time. Extend Your Business Be ready to take your customers’ payments when and where they are located. Take your business with you. Be able to process payments when you are away from your business, computer or credit card terminal. Allow additional employees to accept credit card payments on their iPhone. Streamline Your Business Create a product catalog for easy checkout and itemized receipt. Live, U.S. based, 24/7 telephone customer support. Have one payment processing relationship: Single statement, centralized reporting and one number to call for any issues. Customize your employees’ access. Make It Easy For Your Customers Conduct faster transactions. If your customers are waiting in line, add an additional payment acceptance terminal with your iPhone. Bring the transaction to your customer. Allow your customers to pay anywhere in your store. Allow customers to pay for deliveries at the time of receipt. Send customers’ electronic receipts to their email or iPhone. Protect Your Customers and Your Business Credit card information is encrypted at the time of the card swipe or insertion and during transmission and processing. Geo-location features allow you to determine the exact location of the transaction, which helps with dispute settlement. Location map is printed on receipt. Capture your customer’s signature on receipt. Take Your Business With You Easier reconciliation. Be able to view your entire Chase merchant services account from your iPhone. Search for individual transactions and review account activity. Process refunds and voids. To process transactions, you must have a merchant services account with Chase, install the Chase Mobile Checkout app on your mobile device and use a mobile card reader from Chase. In order to pair your mobile device with the reader, it must meet minimum requirements of iOS 7.1 and Bluetooth 4.0. There is no charge to download this app, but depending on your merchant service account terms, there may be charges associated with the purchase and shipment of the card reader. When using the app, message and data rates may apply. Such charges include, but are not limited to, those from your communications service provider. In addition, all applicable processing fees outlined in the merchant services contract with Chase will be assessed for all transactions initiated through the app. Transaction processing may be interrupted for various reasons, including service outages affecting your phone, wireless or Internet provider, technology failures, and system capacity limitations. iPhone® is a registered trademarks of Apple Inc.

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Chase Mobile Checkout Ranking History | Business

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