You may view a breakdown of your agency’s costs and discounts for the current billing month in AgencyBloc. Also, learn how to activate your agency’s subscription and update billing information. Please note, only Administrator users can access subscription and billing information.
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Your Agency's Subscription
To view a breakdown of your agency’s subscription costs and discounts for the current billing month, go to the Profile & Settings > Subscription page.
Displays the total number and types of active users associated with your agency’s account.
- Agency Users
- Agent CRM Users
- Agent Statement Users
You can view active users and make changes to users by selecting the ‘Edit’ button in this box. Changes to the number of users will affect the numbers in the Active Users box, as well as your agency’s current statement on the Subscription page. Adding or removing users could affect your agency’s monthly bill.
If your agency has a contract with AgencyBloc, you will see the minimum number of users, as specified in the contract, and the subscription renewal date. You can view a copy of your contract by selecting the ‘View’ button.
Displays information on your agency’s last payment, including the last payment amount, the last payment date, and paid thru date.
You can also view a copy of your agency’s email receipt from the previous month by selecting the ‘Last Payment’ link. See the Receipt Email section in this article for more details.
Your Current Statement
Displays a breakdown of line-items, price, quantities, and costs. You can see exactly what costs and discounts will be applied to your agency’s account.
Your Current Statement includes details on the following:
- Module selection
- Agency Users (includes tiered pricing)
- Agent CRM Users
- Agent Statement Users
- Email Marketing costs
- API-Requests (Free and Paid)
- One-time fees (OTF)
Your Agency's Billing Information
To activate your agency’s subscription or update billing information, go to the Billing page.
Note: AgencyBloc accepts all major credit credits and ACH payments.
After a successful payment is made, AgencyBloc will send a receipt to your agency’s receipt email. You can add and update your agency’s receipt email on the Billing page. The receipt shows the payment amount, subscription costs and discounts from the previous month.
The costs and discounts in the receipt may not match those on the Subscription page. The statement on this page shows costs and discounts that are actively being applied. These amounts are subject to change until the end of the month. At the end of the month, your agency will be billed for those charges and receive an email receipt as confirmation. You can view last month’s charges by selecting ‘Last Payment’ in the Payment Info box. Please note, the dates and payment amount in this box will update after your agency has been billed.
AgencyBloc is required to collect and remit sales tax in a number of US states. Not all states tax the sale of software as a service (SaaS), but it’s becoming increasingly common.
You’ll see a line item for sales tax on your monthly receipt email if you reside in one of the following states:
- South Carolina
The rate being collected is determined by your billing address. If you need to change your billing information because you don’t actually reside in a taxable state, you can make those changes on the Billing page in AgencyBloc.
Please reach out to email@example.com if you have any questions.
Why don’t the charges in my receipt email mirror the statement on the Subscription page?
Your agency's statement on the Subscription page shows all costs and discounts that have accumulated as of right now. The receipt email shows all costs and discounts that your agency was billed for last month. You can view last month’s receipt email by selecting ‘Last Payment’ in the Payment Info box on the Subscription page.
Can I add additional users after I've subscribed? How does that impact my subscription?
Yep! Select the ‘Edit’ button in the Active Users box and add the user. The new user will be reflected on your bill.
Can I pay the bill up front, annually as opposed to monthly?
No. Payments can only occur on a month-by-month basis.