I use POS 12.0 and Go Payments. I have sales orders ("quotes") in POS. I want to take a deposit against the quote and can't do that. Work around needed? Help!

In POS 12.0, I use make sales orders for items.   There is no way to take a 50% deposit against that order via the Go Payments sync since I have no access to cusomters in Go Payments.   Plus taking a deposit again even one item is not available.   That improvement is needed.  Does anyone have a work around?  Is there a way to take a partial payment without making it a discount?


You can never take a payment against an Order; you have to Charge them for something, even if that is a Prepayment.

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