In this article, you'll learn about the PayPal Billing Agreement, which will allow you to add PayPal as a payment method.
The Billing Agreement is an agreement between you and OnceHub which allows OnceHub to automatically charge your PayPal account for purchases made in your OnceHub Account. The Billing Agreement is handled entirely by PayPal.
Learn how to add PayPal as a payment method in Managing payment methods
When is a Billing Agreement created?
A Billing Agreement is created between OnceHub and PayPal in the following scenarios:
- When you use PayPal to purchase your first OnceHub product.
- When you make a one-off purchase using a new PayPal payment method (for example, when purchasing SMS credits).
- When you add a new PayPal payment method to your account.
- When your account goes into payment hold and you use a new PayPal payment method to settle the outstanding payment.
Once the Billing Agreement is created, the PayPal account is added as a payment method. To manage your payment methods, go to Billing -> Payment methods. Learn more about managing payment methods
Do I need to add my credit card details to PayPal?
In order to have an active billing agreement with OnceHub, PayPal requires that you have a valid debit or credit card in your PayPal account. If your PayPal account has a balance available, it will be charged first. If your PayPal balance is insufficient, the balance will be deducted from your active payment card.
How can I cancel a PayPal Billing Agreement with OnceHub?
When you remove a PayPal payment method from your OnceHub Account, the Billing Agreement is automatically canceled.
You can also cancel a Billing Agreement at any time in your PayPal account. However, if you cancel a Billing Agreement, OnceHub will no longer be able to charge this payment method.
NoteWhen you cancel a Billing Agreement, OnceHub will no longer be able to charge this payment method. To avoid issues with your recurring payments, we recommend changing your primary payment method before canceling the Billing Agreement.