Warning: All vendor credit details are overwritten with an update operation. When you update a vendor credit detail, enter all existing vendor credit and vendor credit line item details.
What is a vendor credit?
A vendor credit is an adjustment on the amount that you owe a vendor. Vendor credits do not have due dates.
You can create a vendor credit with /Crud/Create/Vendor.json. In the vendor credit, add vendor credit line items to record credit details at a granular level. In addition, you can associate line items to accounts tracking objects, such as item or chart of accounts.
You can apply a vendor credit to a bill with /PayBills.json or /RecordAPPayment.json.
Other vendor credit features:
When a vendor credit requires approval, you can add vendor credit approvers with the Bill.com web app.
You can reduce the total bill amount with a bill credit (with the Bill.com web app) or vendor credit (/VendorCredit.json). Total bill amount, bill credits, vendor credits, and any remaining bill amount paid or recorded is available with /Crud/Read/SentPay.json.
The exchangeRate is a required additional field for creating a vendor credit for an international vendor (a vendor outside the US). In addition, each vendor credit line item amount is in the foreign currency. Retrieve the current exchange rate with /GetDynamicExchangeRateQuote.json.
Note: You must set exchangeRate when creating a bill for an international vendor even if the Bill.com foreign exchange rate changes at the time of bill payment.
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