How to charge for Chair Massage

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How to charge for Chair Massage

Post by massage2ullc » Fri Aug 06, 2010 10:07 am

Hello,

I own a mobile massage company and we would like to expand into corporate massage. The way we are set up is that you pay for your appointments before the therapist leaves. This would be fine for company sponsored chair massage. However, if a company wants the employees to pay how should we do this. We still want to make sure we get paid before the therapist goes out. Should we get the company to provide a signup sheet and THEY collect the funds and then pay us directly? We keep things simple and do not want our therapists to have to accept payments on our behalf and they give the money to us. Any suggestions.
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Re: How to charge for Chair Massage

Post by LadyNiko » Thu Aug 12, 2010 8:16 am

I was working for another corporate chair massage company and how it worked is that the employees would set up the appointments in the on-line system and then, have to pay $3 (plus tip) for 10 minutes if they have the CAM-PPO insurance. (The company did the CAM billing after I sent them the day's sign in sheet.)

If they didn't have the insurance, then it was $15.

Either way, the employees understood that they had to pay for the chair massage up front.
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