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Finding your Google Pay payments and receipts (they do not send proper invoices)

Posted by jpluimers on 2022/12/26

For my link archive: [WayBack/Archive.is] Your Google Store charges and receipts – Google Store Help

Charges:

  1. Visit pay.google.com/.
  2. Sign in to your Google account.
  3. On the left, click Subscriptions and services.
  4. Click View purchases.

Receipts and order numbers

  1. Visit pay.google.com/ and sign in with your Google account.
  2. On the left, click Subscriptions and services.
  3. Click View purchases.
  4. Select an order to see your receipt.
    • If you need your order number, you can find it on the receipt page.

VAT invoice

If you live in the European Union, Switzerland, or Norway, learn how to request a VAT invoice:

You can request each month’s invoice in the first few days of the following month. It might take up to 24 hours to process your request.

The address shown on your VAT invoice is your legal address at the time the purchase was made. You can’t change the address that appears on a VAT invoice after the purchase is made.

  1. Sign in to Settings.
  2. Check that you’ve entered your tax ID number. If you haven’t, enter it now.
    • In some countries, you can’t get a VAT invoice if you didn’t enter your tax ID number before you made the purchase.
  3. Click Activity.
  4. Click on the transaction you want an invoice for.
  5. At the bottom of the transaction details, click Download VAT invoice. You may be asked to enter some information, like your full address or a tax ID.
  6. Click Save. You’ll see a link where you can download your invoice.

 

 

 

 

 

–jeroen

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