Move to the new Workiz Pay!

We recently made the switch to a new version of Workiz Pay that now uses Stripe technology. Support for the old Workiz Pay via WePay will end on Nov. 30, 2022. Existing customers using Workiz Pay via WePay will need to migrate their accounts to the new Workiz Pay before that date.

The new Workiz Pay is faster, offers improved customer support, gives you enhanced control over your online payments, and enables us to offer modern payment capabilities.

Getting set up with the new Workiz Pay is quick and easy. Existing customers will still be able to collect payments using Workiz Pay via WePay until their account is fully migrated.

Ready to make the switch? Click here.


In this article, you will learn how to use the Workiz Pay dashboard to manage your online payments in Workiz.

To access your Workiz Pay dashboard:

  1. From the sidebar navigation, select Workiz Pay

Here’s a breakdown of all of the tools the Workiz Pay dashboard offers to help you manage your account and monitor your finances:

Viewing your account balance

The Balance tab will help you keep track of your payouts from Workiz Pay. When collecting online payments using Workiz Pay, the funds will first reach your Workiz Pay account before being paid out to your business bank account.

From here, you’ll be able to see the different statuses of your Workiz Pay balance:

  • Available to pay out to your bank account: The amount of money that will soon be paid out to your bank account

  • Currently on the way to your bank account: The amount of money that is already being transferred from your Workiz Pay balance to your bank account

  • Estimated future payouts: The amount of money you have collected via Workiz Pay that is not yet ready to be paid out to your bank account

Selecting Details for an individual payout from the list will provide you with a breakdown of the relevant payments, jobs, and clients for this payout.

Monitoring your payments

The Payments tab will give you access to a list of all of the payments your business has collected using Workiz Pay, as well as the refunds your business has issued.

Each payment will be associated with a job ID in Workiz, giving you quick access to job details with just a few clicks.

Keeping tabs on client disputes

The Workiz Pay dashboard provides a detailed view of all of the disputes made against your business. From here, you’ll see the dispute’s status, reason, client, job ID, as well as important dates linked to the claim.

The Disputes tab will allow you to filter between the following disputes:

  • Needs response: Disputes that require a response require a response

  • All disputes: All of your disputes


    Tip: This tab will also include the disputes that you have already responded to. Those will be labeled Under review.


  • Won: Disputes that were resolved in your business’s favor

  • Lost: Disputes that were NOT resolved in your business’s favor

Selecting a dispute will offer you guidance on how to respond to the dispute, as well as a template text message you can use to open a line of communication with your client.

Order new Workiz card readers

Workiz Pay enables you to offer modern solutions for collecting payments, such as credit card readers. Credit card readers are essential to growing field service businesses looking to modernize their practices, allowing you to offer your customers a convenient way to pay for your top-notch services.

Card readers are available for purchase at $69.99. Card readers are only available for Workiz users in the US.

To learn more about how to order a new card reader, please see this article.

Updating your account details

The updated account details tab will now give you access to make quick changes to important information like your bank account and statement descriptor.

You’ll also be able to decide whether you want to allow credit card tipping from your clients, or whether you want to allow your field techs to process credit card payments out on the field.

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