Hot to set up a PayPal subscription.

PayPal Subscriptions

If you are not purchasing new licenses often, you can set up a PayPal subscription to automate your payment.

After your next invoice is generated, go to “Client Area” -> “My Invoices” -> “View Invoice,” the invoice will have a button to set up a PayPal subscription. This must be done after the invoice is generated but before the due date (a 20-day window for licenses billed yearly/a 4-day window for licenses billed monthly) and will be treated as an automatic payment/renewal from then on.

If the invoice’s due date passes, you can still pay with PayPal, but you will not be able to set up a subscription until the following month. This is because PayPal sends subscription payments on the same day each month, so if you set up a subscription on a date later than your due date, all future payments will not be delivered on time. If you missed the due date you have to wait for your next invoice.

If you do choose to use this method, please remember to also cancel your PayPal subscription should you ever choose to cancel your license or funds will continue to be withdrawn.

If you add new licenses or upgrade/downgrade licenses often, meaning your month’s end amount changes often, a PayPal subscription is not a convenient payment method. PayPal handles subscriptions, not us, so for every new license or license upgrade/downgrade, you must go to PayPal’s site, cancel the old subscription and create a new one if there is any amount mismatch.  

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