Chase Mobile Checkout is a standalone mobile app for businesses that need an on-the-go solution accepting all major credit cards. Chase uses virtual terminals Authorize.net and Orbital software with built-in payments.
Chase customers can have their account set up in a couple hours for free. If you are not a Chase customer it can take up to two days to set up a Mobile Checkout account.
There is no requirement to sign a lengthy contract.
Chase’s card reader lets merchants process credit, signature debit, and select third-party gift card transactions on a mobile device. The process involves downloading the mobile app to a compatible device (minimum requirements: ios 10, Android 6, and BLE 4.2), installing a Chase-issued card reader, and signing a merchant agreement.
Aside from the ability to accept payment from customers, Chase offers the following additional features:
Compatible card readers include the Chase Contactless Mobile Card Reader, Blue Moby 5500, and the Chase Mobile Card Reader, Black MagTek eDynamo.
Chase Mobile Checkout is a mobile credit card processing system that is offered by Chase Paymentech. Since Chase Paymentech is a full-service financial institution, you can count on an already-established customer service infrastructure. Help is available 24/7 over the phone or through e-mail.
The Chase Paymentech website also has a bunch of how-to videos, a FAQ page, and user guides. You can find detailed instructions for setting up your reader device and pairing it with your account on the app along with troubleshooting methods for error messages and other issues.
Chase Paymentech makes sure that security measures meet all the PCI standards to prevent data breaches. Fraud prevention tips and security standards are available to see on the website so customers know what kind of security they are getting.
Unfortunately, Chase does not display fees on its website, and prospective clients can't fully compare different card readers and point of sale services without this information. You’ll need to fill out a form online or otherwise contact customer service to obtain information on monthly fees, startup fees, and transaction fees.
Julie Firkins Orem, UT
3 years ago