Objective

This article will take you through the steps required to add a subscription to your account.

Applies To

  • AutoEntry users looking to add a monthly paid subscription to their account. Please note that this differs from adding credits in a bulk purchase.

Procedure

To add a subscription, simply click on your user menu to the top right corner of the screen, and select Account Settings.

Under the Subscription and Billing tab, click on '+ Add Subscription'.

In the pop-up menu, enter your Account Details first.

  • Country - Automatically sets your currency for your purchase.

  • Billing Notification (if your AutoEntry invoice should be sent elsewhere. E.g. "accounts@" rather than your own email)

  • Discount Code - If you have one

  • VAT/GST Registered - For EU, UK and Canadian customers only.

  • Click 'Add Subscription Details' once complete.

These details can be edited at any stage later.

Then select your subscription level under Subscription Details.

Once you select your subscription level, billing details can be added and clicking the green 'Purchase' button at the bottom of the window completes the purchase! 

Additional Information

Clicking 'Purchase' confirms the purchase of your subscription to AutoEntry and charges your card. Below is a quick reminder of the basic T&C's of our subscriptions:

  • Subscriptions renew automatically on a monthly basis on the date of initial purchase

  • You can change your subscription or renew early at any stage at no charge

  • Unused credits roll over for 90 days with an active subscription

  • There's a standard 200% overage (overdraft) on all subscriptions

  • You can pause your subscription at any stage providing there are credits on your account

  • Subscriptions can be cancelled up to 24 hours before the renewal date

  • For European customers, do please add your VAT number if you are VAT registered as we use the EU reverse charge rule for any customers outside Ireland.

  • Subscription prices are cheaper than purchasing a bulk amount of credits. 

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