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    • Dear Dennis. as attached is the billing department
    • Lee is still working with them but as a developer now  you can see at https://whmcsmoduleshop.com/blog/relaunch
    • Hmm...
      "Promotional Code: LEGACYIMPORT" That sounds like it's been taken over and this is the new management doing this.  This page claims all new support, and no mention of Lee.
      https://whmcsmoduleshop.com/blog If so, and the client database was purchased or transferred, that could be a problem as they're in the UK, looks like. 
    • I'm thinking to deal with Stripe too. What is your feedback of using Stripe? What is your preferred bank you are using with Stripe? Electronic banks like (Payoneer) or Normal banks?
    • When i was hosting i had issues with 2co. The setup account which was fine ( they set you with a buyer and seller account), but if you dont sell anything through then in a 3 mth period they close your seller account, so you can only use your account to buy through them , but not allowed to sell anything through them. when i challenged this and asked them why they think they can make their own customers force their clients to use 2co, which they denied this is what they were doing. so in then end i just left them for stripe
    • Hi Guys For those who have modules by nohalfpixel/whmcsmoduleshop and found they failed to work and no support by the owner Lee Mason for the last year or more. Well it seems this has sprung back into action  as i just got an email about and order i never placed     I know 1 thing i will not be paying them anything as i had cancelled all my modules with them as they were not upto date and gave no support which i had paid for. Even though the invoice they sent me is as below, as i never ordered this then they have acted illegally under UK laws            
    • Hi there, Does WHMCS natively support OpenID Connect as a client, rather than a provider? I have a SSO SaaS that I use for all my web services and would like WHMCS to authenticate and authorize against my SSO service. Or do I need to create a custom LoginShare hook for such flow? Thanks!
    • Olá, estou na versao 7.8.3 do whmcs e nesse versão a configuração de imposto (taxa) nao esta funcionando. Na opção  Pagamentos> Tax Configuration , configurei as abas:  Regras fiscais e Advanced Setting  Na aba regras fiscais, configurei o pais e estado e o valor da taxa
      Na aba advanced configurei a opção: Calculate individually per line item e  Valor de Dedução Fiscal No produto habilitei a cobrança de taxa.

      Na fatura ele descreve a taxa e calcula , porem ele nao desconta esse valor 
      exemplo:  R$100.00 o serviço
      2,90% taxa = 2,90 valor a ser pago: 97.10 Porem ele descreve e volta pro 100.00 de cobrança Alguém sabe o que posso fazer para entrar como credito esses 2,90%  da cobrança
    • Hi. I just got a WHMCS license with Hostgator and I'm playing with it to see if I can make it work for my digital agency. I managed to add connections to my Plesk servers. WHMCS says it can connect just fine, but when it comes to syncing accounts it says "NO RECORDS FOUND": After a few minutes of tinkering I found out that this is due to my subscriptions not being assigned to a customer, eg., they're all assigned to me "ADMINISTRATOR". This is so because the Servershield extension in Plesk, when activated for a domain, creates an account using the customer's email, but I'd like that Servershield used my own account when setting up the CDN. That's a rather bad workaround, I know. But in any case, is it possible that WHMCS syncs my own accounts?
    • Ciao, All'atto della ricarica credito WHMCS di base genera una fattura senza IVA. Se il cliente ricarica 100 euro riceverà quindi fattura da 100 euro. Successivamente quando il cliente utilizza tale credito per saldare una successiva proforma, il credito sarà applicato IVA inclusa. Tutto quello che ti ho descritto è da ogni punto di vista un errore fiscale per i motivi che vado a descriverti. In Italia, come anche nella stragrande maggioranza dei paesi del mondo, non può esistere una fattura senza IVA. Che si parli di hosting piuttosto che peperoni o ricariche credito, la fattura deve sempre riportare il 22% di IVA. WHMCS nel far pagare l'IVA quando il credito viene utilizzato e non all'atto della ricarica credito, commette un secondo errore che ti spiego con un esempio. Nel 2019 faccio una ricarica credito di 1000 euro e WHMCS come sappiamo non mi fa pagare il 22% di IVA. Supponiamo che 2020 l'IVA salga al 23%. Come la mettiamo con le tasse? Capisci che non ha alcun senso pagare 1000 euro nel 2019 quando l'IVA era del 22% per poi pagarla nel 2020 al 23%. Trattandosi di una ricarica sostanziosa magari questo credito il cliente se lo porterà dietro per molti anni quando l'IVA salirà o scenderà ancora. L'unico modo corretto di gestirla è che il cliente che ricarica 1000 euro debba pagare 1220 euro (1000 + 220 di IVA al 22%) a fronte dei quali riceverà nel suo account 1000 euro di credito senza IVA per via di meccaniche di WHMCS che non sto qui a spiegarti. Quando il credito viene utilizzato per il saldo di successive proforma/fatture, le tasse devono essere ricalcolate affinché non inclusive di IVA sul credito (subtotale - credito + 22%) per evitare che il cliente l'IVA la versi due volte (quando ricarica e quando lo utilizza). Ti faccio un esempio prendendo come riferimento un'ipotetica fattura da da 10 euro + 2.2 euro IVA al 22%. Il cliente applica 12.2 euro di credito. WHMCS deve resitituire 2.2 euro di IVA non dovuta rimborsandola nel credito del cliente Il cliente applica 10 euro di credito. WHMCS deve considerare la fattura come saldata interamente con credito Il cliente applica 6 euro di credito e successivamente un pagamento di 7.2 euro con PayPal a saldo totale. WHMCS deve ricalcolare l'IVA sulla base dei soli 7.2 euro (i 6 euro di credito sono già stati tassati all'atto della ricarica credito) e rimborsare quanto non dovuto nel credito utente Nei primi due casi otterrai una fattura saldata interamente con credito e quindi obsoleta. Si pone quindi la questione di sopprimerla in quanto dal punto di vista fiscale una fattura a zero euro non ha senso di esistere anche per via della fatturazione elettronica che non l'accetta. Tutte le soluzioni che ti ho appena descritto non esistono in WHMCS quindi te le devi realizzare da te oppure trovi moduli terze parti che gestiscano il credito come si deve in un paese civile.

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