You can pay your Miradore subscription with an invoice in addition to the credit card payment. In case of an overdue invoice, Miradore reserves the right to deny access to your Miradore site until payment is received. Please, see our Terms of Service to find out the terms and conditions governing Miradore's device management services.
This article explains what it means when the access is denied to a Miradore site. In the case of credit card payment, please see the article about the suspended subscription.
What does the denial of access mean
Denial of access to a Miradore site means that accessing it is prohibited. We will always contact the customer before the denial of access. If the invoice remains unpaid, accessing the site is denied, and one cannot log in to Miradore.
How to restore the access
Restoring access can be done when the overdue invoice(s) are paid, and we have received the proof of payment.
If you have had your access denied, please send the proof of payment to your account manager or to the following email addresses:
- For US customers: [email protected]
- For UK customers: [email protected]
- For Australian customers: [email protected]
- Rest of the world: [email protected]