Online Member Statements and Payments allow members to view statement data and pay for statements online. It also allows Administrators to view and help troubleshoot Member statements and payments.
Accessing the Tool
Online Member Statements and Payments may be located in several places on the website. The most common placement is in the Quicklinks on the member home page, which is usually titled Online Statement, Member Statement, or My Statement. Many clubs also have a link located in the main navigation bar under My Club, or another navigational item that was determined during the site build.
To view a member’s statement, type themember number in the search box of the statement and click OK.
Note: in rare instances where a Member is not seeing what you are seeing in this view, Impersonate the Member, and then view the Payments/Statements as that Member instead of entering the Membership number to help troubleshoot.
Note: When using Website with Online Member Statements or Online Member Payments, the Enter Membership Number search bar will appear. However, when using Website with PayCloud (which has recently replaced OMS/OMP for most clients), the Enter Membership Number search bar will not appear. If your website is integrated with PayCloud, to access Statement Activity for a specific member while logged in as an Admin (your profile must have administrative rights), navigate to the Club Directory, search for the Member in question and click Impersonate User, after which you will have access to view their Statement Activity, Reservations, etc.
This will launch the member’s current statement. You may access past months history by clicking on the month links on the left hand side.
Click Bill Pay on the left hand side beneath Payment Center to view scheduled payments.
The Bill Pay button at the bottom right hand of the interface will also launch the scheduled payments interface.
If the member has a bank account or credit card associated with the account, you will be able to view their billing information.
The Payment Center on the interface allows management for a Single Payment (one-time), Auto Payment (recurring), or to Manage Accounts.
Member Balance Reportingwill pull a list of members with their balance due listed for a selected date range. Change the date by clicking the date picker and then click refresh.
Member Minimum Reporting lists how close members are to meeting their minimum. Note: this is custom dependent on the type of accounting software the club is utilizing, therefore not all clubs will have this reporting tool. Change the date by clicking the date picker and then click refresh.
Edit Statement Layout will change how certain items will appear in the statement window.
Hover over the Admin bar again in the Edit Statement Layout to access further customization like Edit Statement Header or Footer. Click Edit Statement Header or Footer to customize the header and footer of the statement window. This is a great place to add cross marketing to statements. This will launch the Editor to customize the Header/Footer with text, links, and imagery. To Return to Statement, hover over Admin and click Return to Statement.
Payment Status Report shows when member payments were sent, settled, posted, or failed. Change the date by clicking the date picker and then click refresh.
Account Change Log shows which members have changed their accounts like card number or payment dates.
Bill Payment Notificationallows edits to payment notifications. Click the title to customize notifications as needed. This will launch the Notification Interface where the Message Subject, Send From Name, Send From Email, and Text may be customized.
Customize the Header and Footer of the statement window in order to cross market to your membership. Be sure to update this often so there is new material that is relevant to your members.
If a member has an issue with their statement, first check their statement on the website for accurate information and balances. If balances are different in the accounting system compare to the website, contact Clubessential as updates may need to be made to the sync.
I had a payment that failed. Where can I find why it failed? A: Open the Statement Interface, hover over Admin, and click Online Bill Pay Errors Report. Here you will find a list of payments that failed by member with the date it failed and the error type.
I am not sure if my member is set up for AutoPay, how can I verify this?A: Open the Statement Interface, hover over Admin, and click Members Using Autopay Report. This will list members using the AutoPay. If the member is not on the list, they can enable AutoPay by accessing their statement window and clicking on Bill Pay.