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Multiple Billing Accounts using One Login

Rob Dokuchie shared this idea 6 years ago
Under Consideration

We desperately need to be able to use ONE login for multiple billing accounts.

I'd prefer a username and password login, after which the client could view each of their billing accounts.

We have multiple clients who have multiple businesses, but only want to use one email for correspondence. Changing WHMCS to utilize username/password instead of email/password would allow us to create seperate billing accounts under the same contact.

No sub accounts won't suffice, no forwarders are not a solution, and yes we do have more than one client who needs this.

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I have some web development agencies as client that manage their clients websites. They ask for billing details to this client it's details a lot

This is a must have feature!

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Needless to say... I was GREATLY disappointed to see that this feature WAS NOT included with the latest WHMCS 7.8 beta announcement.

So, if I could suggest something... let's rally the troops!!! If everyone on this thread comments on their latest Twitter post, it'd most certainly overshadow any other comments (only 2 posted, other than my rant).

...any help here gang? ;)

https://twitter.com/whmcs/status/1154036573127811073

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I don't think this action would change anything, but...

If I was working at whmcs and see such a feature request I would be ashamed it has come this far to begin with.

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I've retweeted. Let's hold thumbs. I have some of my clients receiving invoices with nothing on them (i.e. their company details) because this feature is not available.

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Don't forget, this is to allow multiple users to have multiple billing accounts and not a way to whitelabel billing for your reseller customers.

User 1 ([email protected]) can have their own billing account for their own products and also be added to User 2's account ([email protected]). User 2 can allow User 1 to have specific access to the account much like a contact. So basically, linking users to accounts without requiring unique email addresses.

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Maybe WHMCS have got their backs up being asked so many times. Or maybe they don't get it.

The situation is pretty simple: I host three websites for different companies. The lady who does accounts for all three companies wants to receive the invoices herself. It's not uncommon: in 300 small-business customers I have 4 like this.

I can work around it with email redirections, but WHMCS could make it easy, simple and obvious instead of hard.