How do I pay my bill?
BCurrid Web Technology utilizes an online invoice & billing system. All my clients have a username/password to access their account online. All payments are accepted using PayPal. Not only does this provide an easy, secure method of payment, it is also a green payment system since it eliminates the need for any paper waste.
What payment methods do you accept?
All payments are processed through PayPal therefore, you can pay via any major credit card or linked bank account.
Do I need to create an account with PayPal in order to pay my invoices?
No, you do not need to have a PayPal account to pay us. Although, since you will be paying us every month for your Hosting, it will make your life easier in the long run. PayPal has an excellent track record and takes your privacy very seriously. You can feel safe creating an account with them, they are probably the #1 payment gateway in the world.
When will my invoice be due?
Payments are due in full within 30 days of posting your invoice. You will receive an e-mail when your invoice is posted. Your normal monthly Hosting & Maintenance invoice (as well as any other services you requested) will be due at the same time each month.
What if I don't pay?
Accounts that are 60-90 days past due will have their web site suspended and replaced with the following page until payment is received in full.
Sorry, this site is temporarily unavailable. Please check back soon, we hope to have this problem resolved quickly.
(Your site name)
Accounts that are 90+ days past due will have their web site suspended and replaced with the following page until payment is received in full.
Sorry, this site has temporarily been taken offline by our provider. We are having financial issues. Please check back soon, we hope to have this problem resolved quickly.
(Your site name)
In both instances, your site appearance will remain the same (so your clients will still know they landed in the right place) but any links, menu items, etc. will not function. the above message will be the only page that will be able to be displayed.
Why is the date written wierd on invoices?
I write the date as yyyy-mm-dd. This is simply done to make sorting of the invoices/line items easier. If you think about it logically, listing by year then month then day will ensure that the items will always be listed in chronological order.