Some of the screens, themes and periods and tax percentages, for Point-of-Sales, is not in line with the rest of the documentation. 

Once the customer has brought his / her items to the Point-of-Sale terminal, and the transactions are entered (stock items and quantities selected and / or scanned with a barcode scanner), you need to process the payment received from the customer.

Before the payment is processed, the cashier or salesperson should check that the credit card is valid (e.g. date of expiry is not in the past), before accepting the credit card as payment.

To process Credit card payments:

1.Once a Point-of-Sale Invoice is created, click on the F9: Payment icon to process the payment received. 

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2.The “Payments” screen will display the amount in the “Cash” field.

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3.In the “Comments” section of the “Cash” screen, enter any serial numbers, remarks or comments, if necessary. 

The comments will be printed on the POS Invoices, Delivery notes or any other Document layout file. 

These comments can also be searched in the Search (Investigator) (Action ribbon).

4.If the customer hands the credit card to you, check that the credit card is valid (e.g. date of expiry is not in the past). 

5.Enter a zero in the “Cash” amount and click in the “Credit card” field. The amount will automatically be updated in the “Credit card” field. 

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6. Enter the card number, card holder's name, card type and the expiry date of the card in the relevant fields. 

7.Swipe the credit card (or charge card, debit card) through the card reader and wait for confirmation from the bank or financial institution. 

Once the bank or financial system has approved the transaction, the customer needs to sign the slips from the card machine. Check the signature and retain one copy, which needs to be placed in your cash drawer. 

If the cash drawer is not open, click on the ^P: Process icon and select the “Open drawer” option. 

8.Click on the Next button to print the Point-of-Sale Invoice, and hand it to the customer.