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Ability to Change billing term for invoices

Cory Phillips shared this idea 5 years ago
Under Consideration

Change term like net 10 or net 30 net 45 and so one, for clients

So like go to the clients profile page and set to net 30 so any invoices made would auto give them 30 days and don't make the admin change it, or when they place an order it would give them 30 days to pay the invoice and get service start right away but give the choice to auto setup for that or approve the order.

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Since this is a feature request for WHMCS itself, I'm not sure how pointing to a third-party commercial add-on is appropriate. Yes, it is an option, but the point of a feature request is to ask that it be included within the product. We would also like to see this request as an option.

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I would also like to set the invoice term on a per customer basis rather than globally for the entire system.

It is nice to default everyone to X terms but then for some of our customers we negotiate different terms and could set XX term in their client area for their particular invoices.

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We need this!

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this would really make our lives a lot easier and make us look way more professional with out a lot of pain.

i'm loathed to depend on a 3rd party plugin for something so critical to the basic function of our billing system as client specific payment terms.

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Actually our country regulations require this by law.

Awaiting for this feature ASAP

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It would be even better if the net terms could be set per-product-per-customer. That way if a customer wanted specific terms for one of their services but not the others you would have the granularity to do it.

Inherited settings could work from top down: System net term default<Customer net term<Product term by customer

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I agree with Travis here - that would make much more sense. When generating an invoice for a yearly subscription for a .com webhosting (and domain) it is logical to issue the invoice e.g. 45 days before expiration. But when generating an invoice for monthly paid managed server this would be ridiculous.

It would also be great to be able to set the due date to something other then the termination of the service. Some of our customers see it as the day when to send the money (usually using bank to bank transfer) and they are surprised that when they send the money on Friday their domain is deactivated that day and reactivated on Monday. Well actually that's not the case since we usually manualy renew domains like this but it's a lot of unnecessary work for us.