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How to set up, edit or view your monthly bills
How to set up, edit or view your monthly bills

Where to enter card details to pay for Slick.

Steph Madgett avatar
Written by Steph Madgett
Updated over a week ago

At Slick we aim to be affordable and competitively priced for businesses of all sizes and types. To learn what Slick costs for you, check out our pricing page

Billing for Slick is done on a monthly rolling basis, meaning you're not tied into a lengthy contract so if your circumstances change, you can cancel at any time. However if you would like to enter an annual contract to benefit from a discounted rate for the core package and text reminders, click here or contact us via the chat bubble for a tailored quote.


Set up your card details

Firstly, go to Staff & Business settings.


โ€‹Please note, to view the billing page you must be logged in with Manager level access as Account Billing is not visible from Receptionist level logins.

Then go to Account billing.

You will see your subscription type at the top of your Account Billing page, which will show you what is included in your current plan in comparison to other available plans.

Enter the account holder name and email into the fields under 'Your billing details'.

Once you have clicked 'Add Card Details' you will see the below window. Add the details and click on "save changes"

Once your details are in, there's nothing more to do - you will be automatically billed each month and an invoice receipt will be emailed to your address provided. You can also see a copy of all of your invoices by clicking ' View Invoices' which is located on the top of the account billing page.

Your first invoice will be raised 1 month after you enter your card details. Thereafter, you will be charged on the 1st of the month.


If you have further questions that haven't been answered in this article then please reach out to us on Live Chat via the chat bubble in the bottom right corner!

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