How do I find out what Facebook charged me for?
Go to the Billing section of your Ads Manager. In your list of transactions, click the date drop-down menu and select the date range you want to view charges for. Click the Transaction ID of the charge you’d like more information about.
What are these Facebook charges on my credit card?
Note: If you recently received a small charge on your credit or debit card, it’s most likely a temporary authorization to validate your card. We make these authorization charges and then immediately invalidate them, so they’ll be removed from your credit or debit card automatically (typically within 3-5 business days).
Why did I get a charge from Facebook?
Did you get charged even though you had a coupon? Once you add a coupon to your account, it is charged once a day when you start running ads. If it runs out or expires and you keep running ads, your primary payment method is charged next. This may happen if your ad’s budget was set higher than the value of your coupon.
How do I stop Facebook charges?
Close an ad account in Ads Manager:
- Go to Ads Manager Settings. You may be asked to re-enter your password.
- Click Deactivate Ad Account, below the Ad Agency header.
- You’ll be asked to confirm the deactivation and provide a reason why (optional).
- Click Deactivate Ad Account.
How do I see past purchases on Facebook marketplace?
Click “Your Account” in the menu on the left side of the screen. The Your Account menu is shown on the left edge of the screen. Click “Purchased Orders.” A list of your Facebook Marketplace purchases is displayed.
Why did Facebook charge $25?
If your outstanding ad costs reach $25, we charge you $25. Once your payment goes through, your balance is cleared, your payment threshold may be raised to a new, higher amount. You start accruing costs again as your ad continues to run.