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View an advertising invoice

Each time we charge you for clicks, you receive an invoice. The invoice date is your monthly invoice date, or the date when you reach your credit limit.

To review your invoices:

  1. Go to Reports > Payments > Advertising Invoice History.
  2. Click the invoice you want to review.
  1. Go to Billing and payments.
  2. Click Billing.
  3. Click the invoice you want to review.
Note:

The Spend column in the Campaign manager dashboard shows the total click charges for your campaigns. Because it can take up to 72 hours to complete traffic validation, if you’re looking at date ranges that include spend from the last three days, you may see a discrepancy between the amount in Campaign manager dashboard and your invoice.

The Current billing period section on the Advertising Invoice History page is updated daily, and shows a dynamic view of your accumulating invoice, including any invalid clicks. Because traffic validation can take up to 72 hours to be reflected, you may see a difference between the amount in the Current billing period and the actual charge on your invoice for that period.

To see the exact amount you were charged, refer to your invoice.

The billing page shows unpaid invoices, which require action, and paid invoices in separate tables. By default, your advertising invoice history is arranged chronologically from newest to oldest. Each invoice shows you how much is due and the status. You can sort the list of invoices by Invoice Period, Total Amount Due, Remaining Amount Due, and Status.

Advertising fees only show on your seller account statement when you're deducting them from your seller account. They don't show on your seller account when you're paying for advertising fees with a credit or debit card. To view your seller account invoices, go to Reports > Payments > Statement View and look for a line item that says "cost of advertising". To view your cost of advertising fees in your seller statement go to Reports > Payments > Transaction View and filter by Service Fees.

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