If you would like to accept checks as payment in OvationTix, or utilize any other kind of custom payment type to process orders in QuickSell, then you can head on over to your Tools menu and select Custom Payment Types. Here, you can create as many custom payment types as you'd like to be used in QuickSell. These payment methods are private, "box office only," and will never be revealed for use on the consumer interface.
The most common custom payment type is "Check" which of course would be used to accept checks from patrons in the box office. The uses for custom payment types are many, however, and how you use them is up to you. Other common uses are for consignment tickets, in kind donations, vouchers used internally at your organization or "papering the house." What they will do, is allow you to process orders without entering a credit card or entering cash received to be accounted for.
To add a custom payment type, simply click the Add New Payment Type button at the bottom right of the tool.
Once you're here, all you need to do is add a name for your payment type, and a description (when applicable). The description is just there so you know what the payment type is for in the future. Please pay attention to the text highlighted in yellow, and follow the suggestion to NOT create any custom payment types with the names CC WEB, CC WALKUP, PHONE ORDER, CASH WALKUP, Gift Card, Patron Credit, No Charge, Split Tender, PARTIAL, Credit Card, Cash. These all already exist in OvationTix and your reporting will become very confusing if you duplicate any of them.
When you're done, click Save, and your custom payment type is ready to use!
To use these as payment in QuickSell, select the button with the star icon and the name Custom.
You can then choose which custom payment type you'd like to use from a list of everything you've created. Every custom payment type will also allow you to enter an ID to log in the order history, such as check ID or voucher ID, for your own internal records.
Custom payment types will show up in reports just as all other payment methods do.