Digital Wallets have come to legal

Jo Sidhu

We live in a time where convenience and flexibility are the driving forces behind most consumer choices. Which is why there has been such a rise in the use of digital wallets. And now, this latest in payments technology has come to the legal sector.

Digital wallets, like ApplePay, GooglePay and SamsungPay allow people to store credit and debit card information on their smartphones. With digital wallets, people can complete a purchase at the press of a fingertip (or a gaze into their phone’s facial recognition camera).

64% of smartphone owners use their phone to make payments. 

And now, this latest in payments technology is available to legal service providers to offer to their clients to pay invoices.

We surveyed over 800 consumers and found that 80% of consumers expect to be able to pay their invoice online. Digital wallets is the most modern and convenient payment option available on the market and offering this option is an easy way for firms to stand out and give their clients a great experience. To find out more check out Pay by Legl.

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