How to Add Funds to Your Account (Account Credit)

What is Account Credit?

Account Credit is a prepaid balance deposited into your Shockbyte client account. This can be applied to future invoices automatically or to existing ones manually.

Sources of Account Credit:

  • Add Funds: The credit is acquired when the customer manually deposits an amount into their account. This is done by placing an order of a certain amount to be added to your credit balance.
  • Overpayment: The credit is acquired when our system detects a payment made towards an invoice that was already paid. The credit is automatically added to the account balance.
  • Affiliate Withdrawal: The credit is acquired when an affiliate chooses to withdraw their affiliate earnings directly to their Shockbyte client account. You can find more information about our affiliate program here: Shockbyte Affiliate Program (Earn Real Money)

How to Add Funds to Your Account

NOTE: Any amount deposited to your account by adding funds are non-refundable.
  1. Log into your Shockbyte client account.
  2. Once logged in, on the top menu, navigate to Billing > Add Funds to view your invoices.
  3. On the Add Funds page, enter the amount you would like to deposit on the textbox under the Amount to Add section and select the payment method you would like to use.
    Add Funds - fill out add funds order
  4. Click the Add Funds button to place the order and continue to checkout.
    Add Funds - place order
  5. Complete the checkout process by paying for the order invoice.

That's it! Once the Add Funds invoice is paid, the credit for the same amount will be added to your account balance.

You can check on your available credit balance under the Notifications link on the top-right menu of your client area, as shown in the screenshot below:

If you require any further assistance, please contact our support at:

Mitchell Smith

Managing Director @ Shockbyte

  • credit, account credit, credit balance, billing, invoice, add funds, deposit money to your account, automatic payments, automatically pay invoices
  • 18 Users Found This Useful
Was this answer helpful?

Related Articles

How to Enable 2-Factor Authentication in Your Shockbyte Account

2-Factor Authentication (2FA) adds an extra layer of security to your account adding an...

How to Update Your Account Information

At Shockbyte, we keep some of your personal information on file so that we can contact you about...

How to Apply Credit to an Invoice

An Account Credit is a prepaid balance deposited into your Shockbyte client account that can be...

How to Change PayPal Account Used for Payments

You can change the PayPal account used for your payments using the steps below: If you have...

How to Enable Two-Factor Authentication in Multicraft

We have a video tutorial for configuring 2-Factor Authentication in Multicraft:   This guide...