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BILLING POLICY

	Etsy offers two plans for paying your bill: manual and automatic bill payment.

AUTOBILLING: The following terms apply if you are eligible and enrolled in the automatic payment plan (“AutoBilling”). 

 	 You authorize Etsy to keep your payment card information on file and to charge the card on file on the first day of each calendar month for the previous month's outstanding charges, and at any time the balance of fees reaches the designated fee threshold for your account. Upon enrollment, Etsy will charge the card on file with the current balance. 
 	 When your card account is debited, you will receive an email from Etsy to the email address on file letting you know the amount charged. You can also review this information by accessing your account on the Etsy site. 
 	 If your card account on file with us is closed or the account number is changed, or if, for any reason, a charge is rejected by your card issuer, you must update your card information or supply a new card number, as appropriate, in your Etsy account. If your charge is refused by the issuer for any reason, you may be subject to penalties such as the suspension of privileges and/or termination. Your authorization applies to any successor or replacement card you provide.
 	 You may cancel AutoBilling and revert to manual billing by updating your billing setting in your Etsy account. Etsy requires a reasonable period of time to act after we receive your notice. This means that an additional automatic payment may be made to your card account while we are processing your request.
 	 Suspended or terminated members remain obligated to pay Etsy for all unpaid fees per our Terms of Use.

	MANUAL BILLING: If your account is not enrolled in AutoBilling, then at the beginning of the month, Etsy will send an invoice to the seller’s email address on file detailing the amount due for the prior month’s fees and services. The seller must pay the amount due in full within 15 days of the date of the invoice, or the account will be considered past due.

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