Invoices in plug&paid are generated once a successful purchase is made and the payment has been confirmed by the payment service provider (e.g. PayPal). Each invoice contains all the neccessary information about the purchase such as purchase totals, VAT charges, billing information, shipping details (if applicable) and more. For client identification and seller compliance purposes, we will also show in the invoice the IP of the customer.
Each invoice has a unique identification number which is unique for each plug&paid user and follows a sequential number pattern. The invoices are localised in 19 languages.
Once the invoice is generated, your customers will be able to download them immediately after checkout while a copy will be sent via email as well to both the seller and buyer.
A sample invoice - Online payment with shipping details:
Digital Products: For Digital Products the invoices work in the same way. If you are selling digital products with licenses, the license key (either manual or autogenerated) will be shown in the invoice under the product name.
A sample invoice - Digital product with a license keys:
Subscriptions (recurring service): Subscription invoices work in the same manner as the rest of the products. The billing period will be shown under the product name.
Cash on Delivery Invoices: For cash on delivery purchases, the invoice structure is different to reflect the fact that payment for the product has not yet been completed.
A sample invoice - Cash on delivery transcation:
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