In order to accept PayPal payments with Invoice2go, you are required to link and authorize your PayPal business account with your Invoice2go account.
When you enable the PayPal feature, you will receive a welcome email from Invoice2go that will prompt you to authorize your PayPal business account. If you have not authorized your account by the time you receive your first PayPal payment, you will receive a transaction email from PayPal prompting you to authorize your account with Invoice2go so you can claim your money.
Granting Invoice2go permission for your PayPal business accounts allows PayPal to accept payments on your behalf, deposit funds into your bank account, issue refunds through the Invoice2go app, and allows Invoice2go to update your reports if chargebacks occur.
Authorizing your PayPal business account with Invoice2go can be completed before or after your customer pays. If your customer pays before you authorize, PayPal will hold your payment in a “Pending” state until you complete the PayPal Invoice2go authorization. Until you authorize your PayPal account, you will not be able to deposit that payment into your bank account and you won’t be able to refund the payment through the Invoice2go application.