AppBind automatically expenses from subscriptions to you and your customers. We strive to make things transparent and clear what is happening at all times so there are no surprises for you or your customer.
When subscriptions charges are directly passed to your customers, expenses will show up on the credit card statements.
- When charging your customer, Item Description*Your Name*AppBind
- When charging you for your customer’s subscription, Item Description*Your Customer*AppBind
- When charging you for your own subscription, Item Description*AppBind
So for instance, if PopAgency expensed Zapier to its customer Jane’s Yoga, Jane’s Yoga would see
When expensing Zapier directly to Rocket Marketing for Jane’s Yoga, Rocket Marketing would see
- Zapier*Janes Yoga*AppBind
When expensing Zapier directly to Rocket Marketing as its own subscription, Rocket Marketing would see
Some credit card statements have a character limit, in which case these strings may be truncated.
If you have set up a subscription budget, the line item will show up as
- When charging your customer, Your Name
- When charging you, AppBind
So if Rocket Marketing set up a budget for Jane’s Yoga, Jane’s Yoga would see
- Rocket Marketing
If your customer or you are paying by ACH, it will only show up as AppBind.
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