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What Clover does not let you know when you sign up and it is in the contract is that they will charge you $25.00 charge back fee. So lets put this in perspective. You have a small sandwich shop and you have a charge back of 10.00. Clover will reverse the 10.00 charge and charge you 25.00. Wow....I don't know about you but that is a big hit...we pay .05 per transaction then the charges for MC and Visa then to be hit with a 25.00 charge back fee... When does it end. READ and ASK about the CHARGE BACK FEES! BUYER BEWARE
The Clover Mini, as its name implies, is smaller than the full Clover Station, but is still designed for use in a fixed location. (Looking for portability in-store or at a restaurant? Go with Mobile or Flex.) It includes many of the same functions as the full POS, and can scan barcodes and QR codes. It also has a built-in printer can be tethered to the Clover Station for use as a customer-facing display and card swiper.
The only nice thing I can say about Clover is the machines themselves. They work. Customer service is about as bad as I have ever experienced. You call and a computer answers, you get put on hold, each customer service person says they can’t help you and pass you off to someone else you puts you on hold and then they say they can’t help you. All I have ever gotten has been the run around. In three months of trying to close my account because I closed the business, I have had ONE person actually help me and what needed done turned out to be very easy. Basically Clover, Owned by FirstData SUCKS.
Numerous different banks and other entities sell Clover — you can even buy it from Sam’s Club (not that we particularly recommend doing so). Depending on where you buy your Clover system and the accompanying First Data merchant account, you may be able to secure interchange-plus or flat-rate processing with low monthly fees, which may cost you less than your current processor. Both low-volume and high-volume businesses have the opportunity to score competitive rates with Clover, again depending on which merchant services company you go through.
This is honestly the worst POS system I’ve ever worked on. If you have a table service place that’s busy, it can’t even keep up. I take longer editing and entering food. Every feature that comes with Aloha or Micros or any other system costs extra monthly for this system and it makes no sense. The printer is constantly going out, there’s really no rhyme or reason to any of it. If I change a name on a ticket, there’s no changing it when I print it out. If someone wants to tab out of a group, the entire ticket needs to be tabbed out or you have to create a new table and move the guest there. So much of it makes no sense if anyone who developed the app had even asked for a restaurant to beta it.
Pour André Delpech, comme pour d’autres éleveurs ovins, le constat était clair et semblait sans appel : les coûts de production de l’atelier ovin se révélaient supérieurs au prix de vente des animaux… Présenté comme une fatalité par nombre de ses interlocuteurs, l’éleveur ne s’est pourtant pas résolu à cet état de fait et a cherché activement des solutions. Le déclic proviendra d’un stage de trois mois et demi effectué en Nouvelle- Zélande en 1998, et qui convaincra A. Delpech que des alternatives sont possibles.
En plus d'accepter différents modes de paiement, vous devriez pouvoir créer des factures, émettre des remboursements, configurer les montants des pourboires et intégrer un écran de pourboire. Ensuite, dès que le paiement est effectué, vous pouvez demander au système d'imprimer les reçus via une imprimante de reçus Bluetooth, ou peut-être d'en émettre virtuellement par le biais de texte et d'e-mails.
Save yourself the money, cancel anytime you want. Do much more and even customize YOUR storecore to work to YOUR liking, not proprietary. Demo is available to show you but call us first, demo is by appointment. No additional in between fees unless you want us to customize of course that’s programming so it’s obvious there will be cost there but no hidden fees and so forth. $32.99/month $45.00 setup and your in. Cancel anytime for $0.00
Clover is a very acceptable point of sale system for small businesses, as long as you understand the risks and challenges of using First Data for payment processing and hardware/software support and are pretty confident you want to use Clover for the long-haul (or you can afford to buy new equipment if Clover doesn’t work out). Also, make sure you are comfortable with the bank/merchant account you purchase Clover from because you’ll be relying on them for most support-related issues. Check out our recommendations if you think Clover is right for you.
I purchased mine from First Data and was assured that Clover could do everything my First Data Dinerware could do. After 1 month of giving Clover the chance to fix there numerous problems I sent the system back. It's not a good fit for a full service restaurant, also the sales rep knew nothing about even the basics of the Clover system. It took me 3 times longer to enter an order. This is a big 5 thumbs down on this system....