This just means that no payment was due to you and the payout was retained. If a payment was due to you, it will show the method of payout such as check, eCheck, or wire.
When you set a 3rd party payout, it will use the payment settings of the other promoter. For example, if your 3rd party payee is using their own PayPal, the payment will go directly to their PayPal account to finish taking payment. This is useful for people who have an ..Read more
Once tickets have been sold, 3rd party payout options will lock into who it is assigned to. We highly recommend deciding who will be receiving payment before your event goes live. If you need to make any emergency changes to this and the event has not already been settled out, ..Read more
While editing or creating your event you will see the option to Assign Partner access to your event. This will be in the “Additional Options” section towards the bottom. Once you find it, click on it and add your partner.
NOTE: If the email address of the 3rd party doesn’t already ..Read more