In order to check your Eversports invoices or the state of your payouts, you can go to the menu Billing.
You find the menu Billing on the top right corner of your Eversports Manager, next to your login name:

There are three sections in the menu Billing:

1) Online Payments and Payouts

Here is where you check the status of your Eversports wallets and the payouts.
You can view the saldo that will be soon paid out, and when the next payout will take place.


You can set up your payout according to:

  • monthly frequency - the online paid invoices will be transferred to your bank account once a month.
    You can set the The standard payout comprehends a specific period of time from the 25th of the month to the 24th of the next month.

    Example: On 29 September you receive the payout of all the paid invoices in the period 25 August to 24 September.

  • weekly frequency - the online paid invoices will be transferred to your bank account once a week.
    TIP - We suggest to set the weekly payout on Mondays to avoid any delays.

The payouts have a processing time of 2 to a max. 10 working days depending on the payment provider Stripe and the banks.

Together with the payouts you will receive an overview report of the transferred amounts.
IMPORTANT - this overview report is not an official document and you should not use it for bookkeeping purposes.

All official financial reports can be downloaded via the menu Finance > Reports.

2) Eversports invoices

Here you find all Eversports invoices of the monthly/yearly contract fees for the use of the system. On the Eversports invoices you find the already deducted transaction costs for the online payments together with the costs for the active extensions (i.e. Zoom extension, etc.).

3) Transaction fees

In this tab you find a list of all online payments and the corresponding transaction fee per payment method, as agreed in your Eversports contract.
Here you can also filter for a specific time frame, for online payments or for chargebacks.

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