The unique identifier of the invoice in Billsby
The customer's registered email address
The customer's first name
The customer's last name
The alphanumeric unique identifier of the customer in the Billsby platform
First line of the address
Second line of the address
Customer's country iso-3 code
The unique ID for invoices
The date on which the customer account was created
The formatted amount of the invoice (i.e. £10 will show as 10.00)
The amount of the invoice shown without decimals (i.e. £10 will show as 1000)
The currency the invoice was issued in
The status of the customer; active or inactive
The formatted amount of the proration (i.e. £10 will show as £10.00). This value can also be null.
The percentage amount of the proration represented as a value between 0.0 and 1.0 (where 0.0 represents 0% and 1.0 represents 100%). This value can also be null.
Total value of the invoice
Total value of tax associated with the invoice
Taxes applied to the subscription
Four types of invoice:
The uniques identifier of the subscription in the Billsby platform amount
The name of the plan
Start date of the billing period
End date of the billing period
The number of units included in the subscription
Name of the company
Email of the company
Tax number set-up in your Billsby tax configuration.
Domain name set-up when creating your Billsby account.
Company number dial country (eg United Kingdom)
Company number dial code (eg 0044)
Company's phone number
First line of the company's address
Second line of the company's address
Branding settings configured in Billsby
Support URL on the invoice
Type of card
Last 4 digits of the Card Number
Expiry month of the Card Number
Expiry year of the Card Number
The amount that is currently refundable on the invoice. So if the invoice amount is £10 and £5 has already been refunded, this will be £5 and will show as 500.
Company information that is located on the footer of the invoice
Company support contact information that is located on the invoice.
Advertisement enablement and details on the invoice.
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