BILLmanager 6 Startup, Advanced

Technical support.


You can ask help from the support team directly from your account area. You can do so by opening a new ticket in the Support center.

A ticket is a message sent to the provider. Your provider will either resolve the issue or provide the necessary instructions.

Please click on the Support center to view the support center menu:

  • All tickets — a list of all tickets ever created in your account;
  • Notifications — the Notifications section.

How to open a new ticket?

1. Describe your question. Provide a detailed description of your question or issue. Additional details will facilitate solution as support team members won't have to ask too many clarifying questions.

2. Attach file if needed. All files attached will be sent with the ticket.

3. Choose the department you want to send the ticket to. Providers might charge for support in some cases. In these cases, the ticket creation form will show the number of tickets available and warn you additionally if the ticket will have to be paid.

4. Select a service if your question is associated with any service. It will help to facilitate the solution.

5. Click on Send ticket to transfer your ticket to the support department.

All tickets

The list of all tickets is available in the All tickets section. Here you can see the ticket ID, subject, date, and time of the last message within the ticket, as well as its status. The subject is created automatically from the first line of your message.

Possible ticket statuses:

  • "In progress" means that your ticket is currently awaiting a response from the support;
  • "Waiting for reply" means that the support team has already replied in this ticket and is awaiting your response. You can either continue the discussion with the support team or click on Close ticket;
  • "Solved" means that your issue has been solved and the ticket has been closed. You cannot reopen such tickets, as they are for read-only.

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