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The Add_fund module


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I would like to hear from users \ devlopers experience before I make my decision on becoming WHMCS customer.



we are looking for quality, relible billing system with Prepaid module. i.e. users top-up funds and in the future I will pay from their funds to service provider (similar to what pay-pal , for example).


The Add_fund function looks close too what we need, but I want to hear about your expeirence first.


Any tips and advise welcome

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The add funds function allows clients to top up their account on your WHMCS installation. They can then use these funds when purchasing products/services from your WHMCS website.


If you plan to use these funds to pay a third party, you would just need to manually deduct the amount from the clients balance.


What are you concerned about in particular?

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Thanks for your reply.


We are at the design phase and trying to search the market for the most sutible provider.

The fact I manually need to deduct the funds when customer purchases is a big minus. We do need a platform where customer top-up his account, than if he buys somthing his balanced get updated automaticly + custmer needs to have dashboard to see his transactions. Are you familier with any company who provide this service.



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