Your online Freshbooks account
If I’ve sent you an invoice, you may click the “Pay Invoice” button on the invoice to view the details and pay online. Or just log into my Freshbooks site to view the status of any invoice I’ve sent you since January, 2014. (If you have more than one invoice with an outstanding balance, you may find these additional instructions useful.)
Prefer not to submit your payment through Freshbooks? See below for other payment options.
Print music & merchandise
To purchase my compositions and arrangements, simply click the “Add to Cart” button at the bottom of the page while viewing the item in the Shop. You can then pay for your purchases with a credit card or your PayPal account. Download instructions for digital purchases made in this way will be automatically e-mailed to you (with the subject line “Your order from David M. Glasgow, musician,” sent from email@example.com) within seconds of your purchase—assuming, of course, that you’ve provided a correct email address when making your purchase.
You may also choose to indicate at checkout that you intend to send payment by one of the other payment methods listed below. Note that using these alternate payment methods will delay the processing of your order.
Other online payments
I can also receive payments (with or without an invoice number) through Zelle (offering free, same-day direct bank transfer from any US bank) or Paypal (using Paypal balance or charging to Visa, Mastercard, Discover, or AmEx)—simply direct your payment to firstname.lastname@example.org. I’ll credit your payment toward any outstanding orders or invoices on your account, and you will receive an email confirmation of the payment from Freshbooks once it is recorded, usually within 24 hours.
Paying in person
If you prefer not to send your payment electronically, I can of course accept payments in person via cash, check or credit card. Or you may choose to mail a paper check to David M. Glasgow, PO Box 102, Boiling Springs PA 17007-0102. (I check this box infrequently—usually weekly—so it would be wise to send an email to let me know to look for a check if you choose to go this route.)