Forget the follow up.

Request money from anyone for just about anything. A simple reminder for payment or a one-time invoice for a service rendered, you can send a request to anyone with an email or mobile number in an instant.

Request money with an invoice


Enter an email address or mobile number and an amount.


Add a note that personalises and explains the request.


See the money in your account when it’s paid.

A friendly reminder.

Requesting money is an efficient and polite way of asking for money you’re owed. Whether it’s for a job you did or an event you organised, don’t feel like the bad guy.

Ask anyone.

Any customer with an email address or mobile number can receive a request, whether they have a PayPal account or not. Then they can pay you with a credit card, debit card, linked bank account or PayPal balance.

Stop fumbling for change.

There’s no excuse for customers not having cash anymore. Anybody can send you money from their cards, linked bank account or PayPal balance.Your request is simply sent by email or SMS. It’s easy for the customer to pay.

“PayPal's fraud protection measures help us build credibility and trust when taking payments from our customers.”

Jonathon Allara, Co-Founder, Bicycles Online

You don’t pay until they do.

It’s just 2.6% + $0.30 per paid request from Australian customers (excluding payments from international cards). As always, there are no monthly fees, set-up fees, cancellation fees or hidden fees.

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We’ll do the guard part.

Your eligible transactions are protected under our Seller Protection policy. From fraud protection to 24-hour monitoring and advanced encryption, protecting your business is serious business to us.

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49 49% of Australians have incurred a late fee as a result of forgetting to pay a bill.

2.6% + $0.30*

It’s only 2.6% + $0.30 per paid request*, same as our business invoicing fees.
*For domestic transactions, excluding payments from international cards.

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Request and you shall receive.

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