Billing for Dropshipping Orders

Created by Support Selfnamed, Modified on Thu, 26 Oct 2023 at 01:27 PM by Support Selfnamed

Introduction

Dropshipping is a popular business model that allows you to sell products directly to your customers without holding any inventory. While it offers various advantages, understanding the billing process is crucial for a smooth operation. This article explains how billing works for dropshipping orders with Selfnamed.

Saving Card Details

For dropshipping orders, it's essential to save your card details in Users Dashboard > My Details > Billing. This step is crucial for the seamless processing of orders and billing.

Security Measures

NOTE: We don't store card details on our platform. Instead, the card information is processed by a third-party payment gateway, ensuring the highest level of security for your financial information.

Order Charging Process

Once an order comes in, the saved card is charged by the third-party payment gateway. This process is automated and ensures quick order processing and fulfillment.

Payment Issues

In the event of any issues with payment, such as insufficient funds or card expiration, the system will attempt to charge the card for 72 hours. If the card cannot be charged within this period, the system automatically cancels the order.

Conclusion

Understanding the billing process for dropshipping orders is crucial for a smooth and successful operation. By following these guidelines, you can ensure that your orders are processed and billed efficiently, allowing you to focus on growing your business.

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