Legacy ShootProof Payments will no longer be available to US Studios as of May 31, 2021. Switch to ShootProof Pay to continue taking client payments. Click here to learn how.
Any client charges run through ShootProof Payments will be available for electronic transfer to your bank account 5 calendar days following the sale. If the order includes lab items, the order will also either need to be sent to the lab or converted to self-fulfilled for the funds to become available for transfer to your bank account. (This is so ShootProof has the funds to pay the lab costs if you plan to send the order there.)
If you are a United States-based photographer using ShootProof Payments, you have the ability to request your available profits at any time! This payment will be sent electronically to your bank account (personal checking, savings or business account) via ACH Transfer. There is a $0.25 withdrawal charge each time you submit a profits transfer.
You can set up automatic payments on a weekly or monthly basis via the "Accept Credit Cards" page under the "Account" area of your ShootProof Studio Panel. Weekly payments are made each Wednesday, and monthly payments are made on the 1st of each month.
How does ShootProof handle rejected profit payouts?
A rejected payout occurs when ShootProof Payments attempts to deposit profits to your linked bank account and receives a rejection notice from the bank. This process is not related to your clients' checkout, but rather our company attempting to pay you your profits.
A payout rejection can occur for a number of different reasons:
- Routing and/or account numbers are incorrect
- Routing and/or account numbers have changed due to a bank merger
- Bank no longer in service
- Name on account differs from name that is provided to ShootProof
To resolve this issue, please visit the "Accept Credit Cards" page under the "Account" area of your ShootProof Studio Panel, and then update your bank account information.
Please note that a $15 fee will be assessed to the photographer for any rejection notices that we receive from the bank.