- How per creation "per thing" billing works
- How monthly billing works
- How annual charge up front billing works
While examples in this guide are in US Dollar ($), it is possible that you could be billed in any of the supported currencies. Learn more about supported currencies in this help center article: Patreon's supported currencies
Per creation charging
With this method, you're charged your membership amount for every paid post that a creator makes while you are subscribed to them, up to your monthly limit. When a per creation creator you support makes a paid post, a pending bill is placed on your account. We process any pending bills on your account on the 1st of the following month, or immediately when you cancel your membership.
|We've created this guide on to how to set up a monthly payment limit for a per creation membership and how limits work.|
Cancelling your membership with a per creation creator after they've made a paid post will not remove the pending bill on your account and you can expect to be charged for the paid post.
When a pending bill is created, it will immediately populate in your billing history. You’ll find all of your pending bills by hovering on your icon in the upper-right corner and selecting "Manage Memberships" from the dropdown menu. From there, select your billing history.
How do I know if my creator charges per creation?
Charge up front (monthly)
What will Patreon charges look like on my statements?
- Patreon* Membership
- CKO Patreon* Membership
- VISIT PATREON.COM/INFO
- PAYPAL *PATREON IN
The names of creators you are supporting will not be included on the statement.