Advice please on moneybookers and preparation of invoices.
Thread poster: fidaazoubi (X)

fidaazoubi (X)
Jordan
Local time: 10:27
English to Arabic
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Oct 30, 2009

Hi,
I've received a proofread job for bidding sample. it was very small job. They want to pay 10$ for this job through pay pal or moneybookers and they want me to send them invoice. They don't have a form for invoices. Anybody can tell how to prepare them the invioce since this is the first time I don't receive a form invoice from the clients.
One more thing, I have signed up an account on moneybookers but I never used it or received money through it and I have no idea how does it work, So I need an expalnation on the use of this account.
Thanks in advance.
Fidaa

[Subject edited by staff or moderator 2009-10-30 16:37 GMT]


 

Sergei Tumanov  Identity Verified
Local time: 10:27
English to Russian
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MS Office Oct 30, 2009

has nice invoice templates.

 

Kim Meyers  Identity Verified
United States
Local time: 02:27
Member (2009)
English to Thai
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Create Your Own Invoice Template & MoneyBookers FAQ Oct 30, 2009

Hi fidaazoubi,


I, most of the times, use my invoice template to send to my customers. Basically I have my own template and once I tailor it to fit each service, I print it (with CutePDF) into *.pdf format and send it to customers. Never have a problem with that.

You can create one yourself or use MS Word's invoice template (found on MS website), pick the one you like, tailor it to fit your preference, and save it on your computer.

For MoneyBookers how-to, you will find FAQ on how to use MoneyBookers on their FAQ page here -->
http://www.moneybookers.com/app/faq.pl?gid=1&qid=103. Lot of information you will answer your questions.

Good luck!icon_smile.gificon_smile.gif


Kim


 


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