Billing on Webmaster Reseller

Q: Do you have any software to help me with billing and supporting my clients?

A: We can install AccountLab Plus for you on the Webmaster Reseller plan only for a one-time fee of $25.00. AccountLab is very powerful and will make keeping track of your clients along with billing and marketing much easier. There is also a basic support desk included. Please be aware that while we install it, we do not provide support for it. Support is provided by the maker of the script.

More information:


AccountLab Plus supports over 180 TLDs, unlimited hosting plans, customers and servers. It handles tax, FAQ and support tickets. Currently 21 different payment methods are supported.

AccountLab Plus works with Directi, Enom, OpenSRS, Planetdomain and ResellerOne for registering domain names.

Key features:

  • Auto-create accounts on Plesk, CPanel, DirectAdmin servers
  • Advanced Tax System (multiple taxes, apply to any combination of countries/states/regions)
  • Subdomains Hosting
  • Specials
  • Coupons
  • Credits
  • Customers’ Discount
  • Rich variety of graphical reports
  • FAQ
  • Multiple Admins (with permissions setup)
  • Multiple Currencies (updated in real-time) for offline payments like Cheque and Wire Transfers
  • Support Tickets
  • Monitor your servers
  • “Who is online” function
  • Auto-updateable (through cron-job)
  • Protects your modifications when updating
  • Comes with 4 ready to go templates
  • Add your own templates
  • Add your own payment plug-ins
  • RTL (right to left) ready
  • Currently supported domain registrars: Directi, Enom, OpenSRS, Planetdomain and ResellerOne.
  • Currently supported payment methods: 2Checkout, Asianpay,, Bank Transfer, Cashu, Chronopay, Clickbank, Credit Card, e-Gold, LinkPoint, Moneybookers, NOCHEX, Offline, Paymate, PayPal, Paypal Subscriptions, ProxyPay, Stormpay, WebMoney Transfer, Worldpay.
  • Language independent, very easy to translate (one file).

Currently available language files: Dutch, English, French, German, Portuguese, and Spanish.

Originally posted on May 6, 2014 @ 9:19 am

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