If you use to access your account through PayPal, we have some great news -PayPal is transitioning management of this service to GoDaddy. Rest assured, the service will continue working as it does today, and you won’t lose any historical data or other information.
What you need to know about this transition:
· Accessing your service: Rather than accessing the service through your PayPal account, you’ll need to log in from the GoDaddy Bookkeeping website. We will send you an invitation email containing your unique link to transition your account. You’ll need to create a user name and password for your GoDaddy.com account using the customized link we will provide.
Note: You will no longer be able to login to your bookkeeping account using your PayPal login after March 31st. If you don't get a chance to migrate your billing to GoDaddy but still want to access your free account, you can do so by going to bookkeeping.godaddy.com and clicking the 'Request Password' link.
· Billing and payment: Instead of getting one bill from PayPal each month, you’ll begin receiving a monthly bill directly from GoDaddy Bookkeeping. The amount will no longer be deducted automatically from your PayPal account; instead, you’ll need to provide a credit card number to GoDaddy Bookkeeping for billing.
· Support: GoDaddy Bookkeeping will provide ongoing support for your service. You can submit a ticket by visiting their website and clicking the Support link or by emailing us directly at firstname.lastname@example.org
Canceling the service
If you would like to cancel your service before March 1, 2014, you can do so by contacting PayPal. After March 1st, you can contact GoDaddy Bookkeeping directly.