Switch to Webgility's ecommerce payment solution and save up to 20% per month

If the thought of switching POS systems is keeping you up at night, rest assured that as long as you have a separate payments processor, you can keep using QuickBooks POS. The best part: We've taken the uncertainty and legwork out of the equation.
We've partnered with PaymentCollect®, the best and most reliable QuickBooks payments processor trusted by over 1,000 merchants, to bring you Webgility Payments. Keep using QuickBooks POS and save money on payment processing fees. We've taken care of the details, so you can process customer payments with confidence.  
Fully integrated payments

Process in-person and ecommerce payments directly within QuickBooks Desktop or QuickBooks Online and get real-time results through a fail-safe system that ensures full payment receipt.

Robust security

Ensure the safety of your customers’ data, streamline your business operations, and reinforce trust in your brand. Our payments system is committed to strict PCI compliance. 

Diverse payment options

Adopt an ecommerce payment solution that allows you to accept chip cards, mobile payments, PIN debit cards, NFC, recurring payments, gift cards, and more online or through POS terminals.

Best-in-class automation

Webgility customers can keep using the POS system they know, the automation they need, and save money on ecommerce payment processing fees. Or start a free trial of Webgility to see how automation can enhance your POS operations.


Avoid the headaches and let us do the work while you experience:


Hassle-free adoption

Keeping QuickBooks POS means not having to change the way you do business.


Reduced processing fees

PaymentCollect customers save up to 20% per month on processing fees — compare that to Shopify’s market-high 3.9% + 30¢ processing fee.


No service disruptions

Your automation will continue to work as it does today. Switch to a Webgility plan for QuickBooks Desktop and save up to 30%.

Ecommerce payments and QuickBooks POS: Live Q&A

Replay our live Q&A with real QuickBooks POS customers and catch up on: 

  • How you can keep using QBPOS after the sunset date.
  • How Webgility Payments is different from QuickBooks Merchant Services and other solutions.
  • How you can save on ecommerce payment processing fees.


FAQs about Webgility Payments and PaymentCollect

  • What is PaymentCollect?

    Since 2010, PaymentCollect has been developing QuickBooks integration plugins and related infrastructure. It is the only company that offers a fully integrated solution for all QuickBooks products, including QuickBooks Online. Their simultaneous card-present and card-not-present deployment lets you take payments reliably through payment terminals, email links, and securely stored cards.

    PaymentCollect works with North America's largest and most reliable payment processor to minimize support calls and maximize reliability and uptime. Their principles extend to their merchant pricing model. And they believe in fair and transparent pricing.

  • How much does Webgility Payments cost?

    Each customer is unique. Select "Start Saving" on this page for an estimate of fees. Please note that you will need to download your three most recent statements from QuickBooks Payments in their original format.

    After submitting the form, Webgility will provide instructions for submitting your statements and then provide a side-by-side savings comparison.

  • Will you keep my QuickBooks POS system up to date?

    After October 2023, Intuit will no longer offer QuickBooks POS security patches or updates, and Quickbooks Payments will no longer be functional with QuickBooks POS.

    Webgility Payments, powered by PaymentCollect, offers QuickBooks POS customers a solution for their payment needs while allowing them to keep using QuickBooks POS. However, neither Webgility nor PaymentCollect will be able to update QuickBooks POS's software or security.

  • How is merchant pricing calculated?

    Over the years, Intuit has changed pricing models three times. In the beginning, they had no competition. The organization wanted to simplify the Interchange model that was standard at the time, so they created three price brackets or tiers: non-qualified, mid-qualified, and qualified. As the industry changed with the adoption of the new EMV (Europay, Mastercard, and Visa) standard in 2016, Intuit introduced a new model that segmented transactions into three categories: keyed, swiped, and pin debit.

    As competition arose, Intuit adopted another more transparent model called Interchange Plus. Interchange represents the actual cost of processing a credit card as assessed by the card's brands. In Interchange, the cost per transaction depends on various factors, including the type of card used for the charge, categorized as standard, premium, or ultimate. The merchant is responsible for paying for any miles or points given to the card owners. The Interchange costs also depend on how the card was processed: keyed, ecommerce, swiped, or chipped. The higher the risk to the brands, the higher the cost to the merchant. It's no wonder that payment processing is so complex.

    A standard Visa transaction cost starts at 1.51% plus $0.10 and can be as high as 3%. No merchant processing statement provides enough information to allow us to give an exact estimation of the cost. The estimate depends on the business type and clientele. Different business categories carry different Interchange pricing. The types of clients also determine the percentage of premium cards used for payment and the average cost.

    A good estimation is 1.9% to 2.3% of the amount processed. PaymentCollect passes the actual Interchange cost to you without padding or pretend Interchange fees. We then add a small percentage plus a few cents per transaction to cover the development cost, payment terminal support, QuickBooks support, etc. Usually, this profit goes to the bank or independent sales organizations that do not own the software and retain the plug-in developer to provide you with the software and support.

  • How can I keep using QuickBooks POS?

    Intuit will discontinue support and updates for QuickBooks POS and QuickBooks Payments, but your QuickBooks POS system could continue working for years.

    Think of it like the operating software for your desktop. While software providers constantly make updates and invent new functionality, you are not obligated to update to the latest version. Many software companies build their legacy versions, so they continue to work, even though they aren’t developed further.

    You can keep doing business as usual by switching to a supported Webgility plan and a new payment processor. Your success is important to us, so we created this partnership to help you easily change payment processors — and save some money.

  • Where can I find my most recent QuickBooks Payments statements?

    To find Quickbooks Payments statements, go to the Activity & Reports dropdown and select All Statements.

    Note: You may also access this function from the Welcome page. Just select All Statements. You can see a more detailed walkthrough by visiting the QuickBooks Help Center.

  • How can I start saving with Webgility Payments?

    -Select "Get a quote" and submit the form.

    -You'll recieve an email request to submit three months of QuickBooks payments.

    -Get a cost savings estiamte based on your QuickBooks statements.

    -If you like what you see, you can easily migrate payment processing solutions.

    -If you're a current Webgility customer, one of our experts will reach out to you about a payments-compatible plan.

“You can’t run a growing business without knowing where your operation data lies. We have confidence in Webgility taking care of that, so we're able to free more time to help our customers."
Chan Stimart, president of Channie's
Chan Stimart
President, Channie’s Visual Handwriting & Math Resources
"I'd recommend Webgility to anyone that's using ecommerce. It's simple: You're gonna save time. You're gonna save money. And it's easy to use. Why wouldn't you use it?"
Alec Avedissian, co-founder of Rareform
Alec Avedissian
Co-Founder, Rareform
“We went from $1.9 million to $5.5 million in revenue and now process over 10,000 online orders a month. You cannot truly scale any online business without Webgility’s automation.”
Dan Wells, owner of Bases Loaded
Dan Wells
Owner, Bases Loaded

Switch to Webgility's ecommerce payments solution and save