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gblackma
Mayor / Maire

Re: How can I see actual amount billed for previous month

You are right @turky after your last payment you had a credit of $1.  Sorry about that, I misread the cut off bit. You can change the date and go back up to 6 months in the payment history.

turky
Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: How can I see actual amount billed for previous month

@gblackma 

So why did they charge me $6 instead of $1?

gblackma
Mayor / Maire

Re: How can I see actual amount billed for previous month

@turkywhere do you see that you have $14 in credits? From what I see you had $9 in credits and you owe $6, which you were charged. For a total of $15, your plan.

turky
Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: How can I see actual amount billed for previous month

@gblackma 

The left column shows Credits (Payments) of $14. The middle column shows Debits of $15.

$15-$14 =$1

gblackma
Mayor / Maire

Re: How can I see actual amount billed for previous month

Now I understand @turky However, the important column is the running balance column. In your calculation you included the $6 charged to your credit card. In a true T account. 

                            Credit/ Debit 

Balance forward $1   

Autopay                $2  

Refer a friend       $1

Plan bonus           $5

30 day                              $10

100 minute                        $5

Totals                   $9       $15

Charged to CC    $6

Balance               $15      $15 which equals to 0, nothing owed. Hope this makes sense to you.

                        

Naepalm
Mayor / Maire

Re: How can I see actual amount billed for previous month

@turky I have this issue with my work. I get an allowance of up to 75.00 but they always ask me to circle ghe part I had to pay for lol.

 

The debit column is the one you want to reference. This column will show anything that is debited from your payment method. 

turky
Good Citizen / Bon Citoyen

Re: How can I see actual amount billed for previous month

@gblackma 

That finally makes sense. The $6 that was charged to the credit card threw me. All clear now.

Thanks.

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