AppBind keeps records of every transaction on My statements page. The statements are generated monthly. Your customer can pick which month to report on from the Statement drop-down list, and generate a CSV text file from the Download Statement button.

Statement Summary

Each statement summarizes your customer’s account balance as well, showing their

  • Beginning balance at the start of that month
  • Payments they’ve made through that month
  • Received funds (refunds) they’ve received that month
  • Charges by subscription and service vendors that month
  • Ending balance to close out the month

Transactions

The following details are displayed for each transaction:

  • Date of each transaction.
  • App that is being purchased (where applicable).
  • Cost for an App charge.
  • Fees incurred by this transaction (for example, your markup).
  • Payment fees incurred by this transaction. (If your customer pays using a credit card, credit card fees appear here.)
  • Funding method for the payment.
  • Your Balance at the end of this transaction.

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