In the final bill, we would like to have the possibility to split the accommodation cost between the Student (paying partially the room cost) and the Public Admin (paying the rest of the accommodation, considering that they PA is not paying VAT so I need to close it with VAT exempt)1 vote
When paying through Merchant, the line on Client bank statement is Mews, this conduct to disputs on some case.
It should be better to have the hotel name on this line so the client can easily identify the issuer.1 vote
currently we are unable to delete disabled payment cards. it would be nice to be able to do so2 votes
Currently preauthorization holds expire after 7 days in Mews but no cancellation of hold is sent to credit card or bank. The credit card or bank determines when the authorization hold is released depending upon their own policies. If the property sends a cancel for preauthorization the system does send the release to the bank. Is there a way that when a guest checks out, Mews can send a cancel to release the preauthorization hold.2 votes
Curious to hear how many of you are having troubles with the way pre-authorizations are handled today. Feel free to upvote or drop a comment.
Sending $0.00 payment requests to guests so that their card details can be added to MEWS profile without having to enter them in manually.3 votes
When a rate group is created and the Automatic Deposit Settlement is default in the US, this creates a revenue items for taxation purposes. This is not used in the US and should not be the default setting. The Option of "Automatic Deposit Settlement" is regionally specific and not global. I believe this "Option" should remain an Option and not the default. This really confusing properties that are setting up rate groups. See help guide on this topic: *Note for properties in the United States, Australia and New Zealand: Do not select this feature, as you are not legally required to report deposits to pay VAT. This option is intended for properties that are legally required to account for tax upon receiving payment, so that they do not have to post deposits manually. Please return this as an option.
When a rate group is created and the Automatic Deposit Settlement is default in the US, this creates a revenue items for taxation purposes. This is not used in the US and should not be the default setting. The Option of "Automatic Deposit Settlement" is regionally specific and not global. I believe this "Option" should remain an Option and not the default. This really confusing properties that are setting up rate groups. See help guide on this topic: *Note for properties in the United States, Australia and New Zealand: Do not select this feature, as you are not legally required…1 vote
no info in the Payments section - created column3 votes
Would be great to be able to see our average rate excluding the commissions. At the moment this needs to be calculated manually.1 vote
The email our guests receive state “ "We can't process your payment for Merlet until it has been verified. Unfortunately, if it's not verified in 24 hours, your order could be canceled" we think is is not very welcoming, especially in these challenging times. Is is possible to personalize or change this message?.6 votes
Hi all, currently this email is not customizable. Would you maybe benefit from:
1. Email being customizable
2. Email to change the wording
3. New solution where the guest will be able to e.g. swap a card or re-try payment attempt
If your answer is under 3. please reach out to me and I can add you to the beta access of this feature. If not, happy to review other suggestions!
At the moment Mews drops down a green box saying payment successful even when a payment needs verifying by a guest. This means many verifying payments get missed. I suggest when a payment needs to be verified a blue box drops down and says Payment needs to be verified. This way staff notice this straight away and payment gets verified by the guest then and there.3 votes
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Allow Vaucher credit card with a fixed top-up amount offered by companies to employees for lunch expenses (Sodexo, Edenred and Monizze).5 votes
Hi everyone, I’d like to know how many of you can give me feedback about the above? What type of cards are those, what can be the use-case? Happy to chat with someone!
Moving the idea to be upvoted!
It will be easier when the (Stripe) Merchant commision will be shown in the bank transaction/ payout. At this moment you need to check the fee in Mews (seperately for each property) when you proces a bank statement in the financial accounting systems.12 votes
Thank you for your feedback. It is unlikely that we will be showing the commission fee on the bank statement. For that reason we introduced the split in the Merchant Balance report where you can see the payout amount, by expanding the payout identifier in this report, you will be able to see its breakdown.
Also, we are currently working towards providing more information in the Merchant balance report export, where reconciliation with your bank’s payouts will be even easier!
Mews Product Team
It would be a nice functionality if accounts are closed automatically when payment is completed.2 votes
Guests who booked non-refundable and paid the room directly via iDEAL instead of creditcard, should not receive any emails regarding their payment verification. This confuses a lot of guests.1 vote
Where cards are authenticated externally, Mews to receive tokens to be used for future charges1 vote
Accept Bitcoin or other cryptocurrencies as payments.
There are some key benefits of Bitcoin, such as a lower cost merchant fee and an inability for guests to execute fraudulent chargebacks as outlined by QuickBooks:7 votes
Hello from the Mews product team. Unfortunately, this request has not received the necessary upvotes to be added to the Mews development roadmap and is unlikely to be delivered. However, you can still upvote the idea.
Thank you for sharing your suggestions.
There should be a similar way to top up Adyen MarketPay Merchant Balances similarly to the way we have it set up for Stripe.2 votes
Would like to hear how many of you would like to have this functionality – upvote or comment.
If you’re unsure weather you’re using this platform head over to your Merchant subscription and under “Payment gateway model” you should see “payment facilitator”.
We welcome guest that stay more than a week inside our properties. Preauthorizations get cancelled automatically after 7 days which creates an issue for us, in case of broken furnitures in the property or unpaid bills. For this purpose we should be able to create preauthorizations of more than 7 days.73 votes
Thanks for the feedback.
The reason for us holding the 7 days preauthorization is because the usual time frame for holding a pre-authorization before either capture or releasing of the funds can range between 7-14 days from time of processing the pre-auth. Also, the time the pre-authorization is held prior to capture is up to the issuing bank to determine and it’s at the total discretion of the issuing bank, unfortunately.
But I am moving the feedback to the level of the “idea to upvote” and keeping it open for any additional upvote, discussion, or add on you might have!
Once a pre-authorization is done on a guest cc the guest gets an email notification that we took the pre-auth.
At the moment the guest does not receive a notification once the authorization is released. This would be helpful, so the guest has something in hand that we released the authorization. This will also help them to claim back the money from their bank.2 votes
We currently send out email Credit Card Authority forms or Charge Back forms to travel agents, guests, companies so they have to then fill out and return to us to grant authority to use credit cards when they are booking for somebody else like a client or a member of their company. It would be so helpful if this could be generated in MEWS and then enable hotels to receive payment details and authority directly as opposed to then needed to add the credit card in manually.1 vote
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