When you set up your Office 365 for business membership, you can pay by utilizing Mastercard or financial balance installments, or to pay by receipt utilizing check or electronic assets exchange (EFT) .
Whichever strategy you pick, that is the installment technique we will keep on using for ensuing charging periods, unless you change your installment technique.
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Pay with credit card or bank account
When you pay with Visa or financial balance,
you’ll be consequently charged for your Office 365 membership the day after the receipt date, until the point when the finish of your membership term.
You can refresh your charge card or financial balance data at whatever point you have to.
You can likewise get a duplicate of your charging explanation in email.
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Pay by receipt (check or EFT)
On the off chance that your Office 365 membership costs over a specific measure of cash, you’ll have the alternative to pay by receipt by utilizing a check or EFT.
A credit check might be required for bigger receipt installments. On the off chance that a credit check is required, you’ll be told when you buy your membership.
Furthermore, in the event that you consent to be reached, you’ll get an email that incorporates more data about applying for credit endorsement. Credit checks are normally finished inside two business days.
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Receive your billing statement in email
- In the Office 365 admin center, go to the Billing notifications page, or choose Billing > Billing notifications.
- Under Do you want to receive the billing statement as an email attachment?, switch the toggle to On.
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