Are you struggling with billing issues on your Facebook Ads account?
You're not alone. Many Facebook Advertisers are reportedly facing the same issues, especially when using debit or top-up cards.
In this blog post, I'll walk you through the steps to resolve these issues and ensure your ads keep running smoothly.
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Common Billing Issues
Payment Not Going Through: You click 'Pay Now,' but nothing happens.
Card Not Charged: Despite a successful message, your card isn't charged.
Outstanding Balance: Your account shows an outstanding balance even after attempting to pay.
Step 1: Navigate to Payment Settings
Click on 'All Tools.'
Find and click on 'Billing.'
Click on 'Payment Settings.'
Step 2: Modify Payment Amount
Click on 'Pay Now.'
In the amount section, remove the cents (e.g., change $10.42 to $10).
Click 'Pay Now' again.
By doing this, you'll likely find that the payment actually goes through and your card gets charged.
Understanding Payment Thresholds
The payment threshold is the amount you set that triggers Facebook to charge your card. Setting a higher threshold can help you run ads for a longer period without frequent charges.
Grace Period Explained
Even if you have an outstanding balance, Facebook usually provides a grace period during which your ads will continue to run. This gives you some time to resolve any payment issues.
Billing issues can be a hassle, but they're usually easy to resolve with a few simple steps. Always remember to check your payment settings and adjust them as needed to ensure a smooth advertising experience.
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By following these steps, you can resolve most billing issues and keep your Facebook Ads running smoothly.
Thank you for reading!