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In this article, you will learn how to collect payments using Sunbit’s flexible installment plans.

Sunbit is a buy now, pay later (BNPL) technology company that makes it easier for your customers to say yes to your services by offering flexible installment plans without a hard credit check.


Note: Sunbit is not available for users in Canada, Connecticut, Vermont, West Virginia, or Wyoming.


Sunbit offers your clients access to flexible payment options that ensure you receive the full payment for your services up front while allowing your clients to pay in installments over time. It’s fast, easy, and a win-win for both you and your clients.

Sending installment offers directly to your clients

  1. From the Workiz mobile app, select the job you want to charge using Sun-bit

  2. Select Pay > As low as $XX.XX/month

  3. Select Send Offer to send your client a text message with the Sunbit offer

Sending installment offers on estimates and invoices

Once your Sunbit account has been activated, estimates and invoices with balances between $60–$10,000 will automatically feature an option for Sunbit installment plans.

What your clients will see

Once you’ve set up your Sunbit account, you will be able to send estimates and invoices that include installment plan options on both desktop and mobile.

Your customers will now see a Pay-over-time option — including a potential monthly payment amount — underneath the Estimate Total or Invoice Balance.

If your customers choose to apply for a Sunbit payment plan from one of your estimates or invoices, they will be directed to the Sunbit sign-up page where they will be asked to provide some personal information such as their name, phone number, email, home address, and date of birth. The entire application process should only take a few minutes.

If approved, your customers will be presented with a variety of payment plan options to choose from to pay for your service.

How to know if your client is using Sunbit

You will receive an email from Sunbit to notify you that:

  • Your customer has been approved or denied for a Sunbit payment plan

  • Your customer has decided to pay for your service using a Sunbit payment plan

The Payments tab of the job page on your Workiz account will also indicate whether a client has paid for your service using a Sunbit payment plan.

For more information on how to talk to your clients about Sunbit’s flexible payment options, please see this article.

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