Presslabs invoicing and payments
Here is an overview of how the Presslabs billing system works, answering questions about invoicing and payments. We use a pretty simple invoicing model that's very similar with any utility billing tool.
Making a payment
We invoice our customers based on one of the two standard pricing options. Firstly, there is a base package with a fixed monthly fee. This is the subscription that covers the type of services that you're using. The monthly subscription is always charged in advance, meaning at the beginning of each month you're paying the subscription for the entire month. On top of the subscription, we're charging the number of page views that your site had in the previous month. Page views are charged after being “used”, therefore they will show up on your bill at the beginning of each month, for the month that has just passed.
We accept all major credit cards through PayU. After signing up you need to setup a payment profile in the
Billing Section. You can pay an invoice manually, or set up a recurring payment in Recurring Payments.
All pro-forma invoices will be deducted from your chosen payment method automatically, right after being issued.
For information regarding the pricing plans please check the Presslabs website .
We use a system that consists of issuing a pro-forma invoice, followed by the actual VAT invoice that is issued after the payment of the pro-forma has been confirmed by our payment gateway. The pro-forma invoices are usually issued no later than the 15th of the month.
The payment term is 5 days from the issue date (in case of manual payment), or on the same day as the issue date (in case of recurring payment).
The first invoice after joining Presslabs will contain:
- the subscription for the part of the month since you joined until the end of it. This is usually less than a month unless you joined exactly on the 1st of the month
- the subscription for a full month in advance, for the upcoming month
- the pageviews for the previous part of the month since you joined.
In some cases we might ask for a payment in advance, before migrating your site to the Presslabs Smart Managed WordPress Hosting platform.
European Value-Added Tax (VAT)
According to European Union regulations, we are charging VAT for all EU citizens and also for all EU business entities that don't have a valid VAT number (we check it on VIES). Companies based in Romania will always be charged VAT.
All other customers from outside the European Union are not charged VAT.
In case we can't charge your payment profile, you'll get a notification e-mail and you have 5 days to update or change your payment method for clearing the pro-forma invoice. In case the payment isn't cleared within 5 days after issuing the invoice, our system will suspend your access to your site's
By the 25th of the month, your public site will also be suspended, and by the end of the month all data associated with your account will be removed if the payment isn't completed.
Please let us know at email@example.com if you face any kind of difficulties in paying your invoice and we'll find together a proper solution.
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