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Keap and WePay introduce enhanced payment option

WePay Keap

Keap's partnership with WePay, the integrated payments business of JPMorgan Chase, started in 2015. Since then, it has continued to strengthen, and WePay remains as a preferred payments partner.

Together with WePay, we’ve processed almost $1 billion in payments as Keap Payments powered by WePay. As Keap consolidates a number of other providers, WePay continues to supply small businesses with the power to accept payments within minutes and get paid faster. When signing up with Keap today, you will see the new WePay, a Chase company, as a payment offering.

“We want to give our customers the best experience possible,” said Mandy Gifford, Keap's Payments Product Marketing Manager. “In order to do that, we need to give them guidance and support quickly from payments experts. With WePay, Keap leverages the power of JPMorgan Chase to answer our customers’ questions through both chat and email so they can spend more time running their business and not on hold.”

While the name is changing, Keap customers have access to the same great product. Backed by a best-in-class fraud and risk management systems, customers have access to better online fraud detection and lower decline rates. They can rest assured their business is safe with Chase.

  • With WePay, Keap customers receive their money faster with Same-Day Deposits at no additional cost to Chase bank accounts. This industry-best offering continues to strengthen Keap customers’ cash flow and help them grow faster. For Keap customers not banking with Chase, don’t worry—you’ll receive your funds as soon as the next day.

  • Keap customers benefit from a seamless invoicing experience. WePay’s Account Updater tool protects against outdated cards to remove friction and increase acceptance rates—ensuring you get paid on time.

  • WePay’s simple, straightforward pricing has no hidden fees. The price you see is the price you pay: 2.9% + 30c in the United States and Canada, and 1.9% + £0.20 in the United Kingdom.

“At Keap, we want our customers to be onboarded quickly and easily, instead of waiting for days or hours,” Gifford said. “WePay allows us to leverage the power of Chase to provide immediate support our customers need. During these unsettling times, we know small businesses are faced with cash flow challenges on a daily basis. But with WePay, our customers can get their funds faster and can focus on what’s really important like increasing sales and growing their business.”

See how to sign up for WePay in app or learn more about how WePay and Keap can help your business.

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