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What do the Membership statuses mean?

Laurel
Laurel
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Bold Memberships will mark your customers with different statuses depending on where they are in the billing process. Bold Memberships does this to help you sort your customers by status and track who is and is not paying for your plans.

 


 

Status Definitions

  1. Customers who have had both the billing and access of their membership plan paused.

  2. Customers who have been charged their first payment. Their accounts are in good standing and they are current, paying members.

  3. Customers who have not yet accepted any new billing terms that you may have laid out for them. This could either be a direct change to their own personal plan, or your membership plan as a whole. Bold Memberships allows you to provide your customers with a grace period to accept the conditions before their plan is then cancelled. You can adjust the grace period in the app's general settings.

  4. Customers that have cancelled their plans in between billing periods are "Active, on Remainder". This means they have already paid for their plan access up to a certain date. For example: Customer A is set to be charged on the 31st; they cancel their plan on the 15th; they would be "Active, on Remainder" from the 15th to the 31st.

  5. Former customers who are no longer paying for their membership plan. Their last month of billing has been paid out and they no longer have member access to their plan.

  6. Customers who have had the billing for their membership plan paused.

  7. Customers who subscribe with a PayPal account that has not yet been activated are indicated with this status.