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<div>But we can see invoices related with this sub account under the master account in the Zoom Web Site.</div><div></div><div>Is that related with the following setting for this sub account?So, we can only see invoices for this sub account under the master account , not under this sub account?</div><div></div><div>Who will pay for this account?</div><div></div><div>You (the master account holder) pay</div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div>zoom invoice download</div><div></div><div>Download File: https://t.co/vD3K8S0lkO </div><div></div><div></div><div>If you have your account set up where the master account is paying for all subaccounts, you will only see invoices in the master account when you make the API call. If you wanted to separate them you would need to reach out to someone in customer success to make this change for you.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Hi rarev ,</div><div></div><div>Thanks for your answer .</div><div></div><div>Is that means I can get /see invoices for this sub account if I changed this setting Who will pay for this account? from You (the master account holder) pay to Myself ?</div><div></div><div></div><div>I think there is sub Account ID in invoice PDF, but I cant get sub Account ID from Invoice API calling as i mentioned earlier.</div><div></div><div>Can I get sub Account ID information from Billing Invoices API calling ? I just want to know which invoice is owned by which sub account from API response.</div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div>Thank you for the clarification, at the moment, the only way to tell what account that invoice belongs to, is to download the invoice and open it up. I can submit a feature request to have the account ID and name added to the this API response.</div><div></div><div></div><div>4.2 Violations by End Users or Third Parties. Zoom assumes no responsibility or liability for violations of this Agreement by End Users or any other third party that you allow, direct, or enable to access the Services or Software. If you become aware of any violation of this Agreement in connection with use of the Services or Software by any person, you must contact Zoom at trust zoom.us.</div><div></div><div></div><div>13.1 Taxes and Fees. Unless otherwise expressly specified by Zoom as required by applicable Law, all prices shown by Zoom and Charges for the Services on your account are exclusive of Taxes and Fees. Where applicable, Taxes and Fees will be charged on the invoices issued by Zoom in accordance with applicable Laws. Zoom, in its sole discretion, will (i) calculate the amount of Taxes and Fees due, and (ii) change such amounts without notice to you.</div><div></div><div></div><div>13.2 VAT Invoices. If required by Law, Zoom will issue a VAT invoice, or a document that the relevant taxing authority will treat as a VAT invoice, to you. You agree that this invoice may be issued electronically.</div><div></div><div></div><div>27.11 Opt-Out. You may reject this Arbitration Agreement and opt out of arbitration by sending an email to opt-out zoom.us within (i) thirty (30) calendar days of April 1, 2023 if you are an existing user, or (ii) thirty (30) calendar days of the date you created your account if you are a new user. Your opt-out notice must be individualized and must be sent from the email address associated with your individual Zoom account. An opt-out notice that purports to opt out multiple parties will be invalid as to all such parties. 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You consent to and agree to our applicable guides, statements, notices, and policies located at zoom.us/legal, including our Zoom Phone Acceptable Use Policy, Zoom Phone Numbering Policy, Acceptable Use Guidelines, 911 U.S. Notice, 911 Canada Notice, EU Emergency Calling Notice, and Government Requests Guide, and you are on notice of and acknowledge that use of the Services by you or your End Users is subject to these guides, notices, and policies.</div><div></div><div></div><div>33.5 Merger; Integration. This Agreement constitutes and embodies the final agreement between you and Zoom and contains the complete and exclusive expression of your and our agreement pertaining to its subject matter. All prior or contemporaneous writings, negotiations, and discussions between you and Zoom regarding the subject matter hereof are expressly merged into and superseded by this Agreement. We expressly object to and do not agree to any terms and conditions presented by you that are in addition to or different from those contained in this Agreement or an Order Form. You acknowledge that no terms and conditions presented by you that purport to add to, modify, or vary the terms and conditions of this Agreement or an Order Form will be binding on us, including (i) text or information set forth on any purchase order, email correspondence, invoice or invoice process, or preprinted form, or (ii) terms and conditions of any request for proposal, request for bid, request for information, or questionnaire. In entering into this Agreement, neither you nor Zoom has relied upon any statement, representation, warranty, or agreement of the other party except to the extent expressly contained in this Agreement.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Here comes the end of the month and I see that the amount due is wrong so I start with a request on 26th of October saying that please kindly adjust. Then the invoice arrives (and the amount is 50% more vs what I expect) and I deliberately remove the amount from the card as I expect they will charge the wrong amount. And indeed it is</div><div></div><div></div><div>1. Sign in to the Zoom web portal.</div><div></div><div>2. Click Account Management and select Billing.</div><div></div><div>3. Click the Billing Information tab.</div><div></div><div>4. Click Edit next to the contacts you need to update.</div><div></div><div>5. Update the contact information.</div><div></div><div>Note: The Additional Email Addresses section allows you to include additional email addresses that will receive notifications when invoices are posted. Email addresses listed here will only receive notifications regarding newly posted invoices, while the Billing Contact and Sold To Contact will receive all billing-related notifications.</div><div></div><div>6. Click Save Changes.</div><div></div><div></div><div> hbrenn Hoping that the email invoice from Zoom did not land on junk or spam folder. Also, is the additional email address added is on the same email domain as the existing one? (Example: existing.email domain.com; additional.email domain.com) If they are not on the same domain, kindly check with the email domain administrator and verify that there is no any rule or security policy that will block emails coming from zoom.us domain.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Is there a chance to change the information on the invoice once it was paid? I updated the card info, clicked "Save" and it already proceeded with the payment. I didn't update the billing information before though.</div><div></div><div></div><div>Hi Nela I'm so sorry you did not receive a response to your post yet. It looks like you did the right thing by contacting Zoom's Billing Team for assistance with this specific invoice. I'm glad they were able to help! While we can help with general account management questions in the Community, issues with a specific invoice are usually best handled by chatting with our support team or opening a web case.</div><div></div><div></div><div>I just paid the annual invoice but once printed I realized the address is not correct anymore and the credit card changed too! How can I make sure the payment went through + how can I edit the invoice?!? Can someone help?!?</div><div></div><div></div><div>Reseller Partners work closely with the Zoom sales teams to deliver customized solutions that they bill and invoice to the customer. The Zoom Up Program for Resellers is designed to recognize and reward Reseller Partners according to the level of investment they have made in their Zoom practice.</div><div></div><div></div><div>The world of online retail can be a boon for scammers. From identity theft to stolen credit card information, there are risks to shopping and doing business virtually. Unfortunately for consumers, so-called invoice scams are just another thing to keep an eye on. </div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div>For those who regularly handle invoices, either as part of your job at the University at Buffalo, or in your personal life, the invoice scam is particularly dangerous. Invoice scams most commonly appear as email messages informing you that you have received an invoice via a financial service like PayPal, or a retailer like Best Buy. </div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div></div><div>This scam begins with phishing email that contains a PayPal invoice for a fake purchase. The invoices for this scam may be generated in PayPal by the scammers, so while the purchase is fake, clicking on the links in the scam invoice may actually transfer payment via PayPal. The invoice claims that the recipient has successfully made a purchase through PayPal for $219. Note that in some cases the amount and supposed purchase could vary. This scam is being seen widely and has been reported by other institutions and in the media.</div><div></div><div></div><div>We received a separate $1.95 charge on our credit card, but it is not listed as a separate transaction on my receipt. I need a copy of the invoice for $1.95.</div><div></div><div>The separate charge ($1.95 for ZoomClub members and $4.95 for nonmembers) is the one-time, online reservation fee. t is a separate charge and won't be listed on your list of transactions. When making the reservation, you are emailed a receipt for the reservation fee.</div><div></div><div></div><div>The email we received, seen above, appeared to be an invoice from PayPal. It came from their standard email address, has clickable links to appropriate areas on their website, and even mentions phishing and fraudulent email awareness at the bottom. The issues start showing once you take a closer look.</div><div></div><div> df19127ead</div>
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