With Mantis, agencies participate for free. Only brands (i.e., advertiser accounts) have to pay for direct access to publications with 0% intermediary fees.

Once you have secured an advertiser, then it is required you select a payment plan for the advertiser's account you are managing. Click here to view the different payment plans available for advertisers.

What are the types of agency billing options?

You can choose to pay for any fees and ad credits directly using your Agency billing information [OR] you can opt to have the advertiser foot the bill using the billing contact and credit card associated with the specific advertiser's account (standard for most agencies we work with).

Note: All invoices at both the agency and advertiser level are generated at the time of payment, however, if an invoice is required prior to funding the account, please contact us at support@mantisadnetwork.com to request an invoice.

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To add a billing contact to your agency account:

  1. Log in to your Mantis agency account (or create an account if you haven't already)
  2. Navigate immediately to the the Billing tab located in the left navigation without clicking into an advertiser on the Advertisers tab
  3. On the Billing tab, fill in your agency billing contact details (as shown below):

Once you add a billing contact your account, you'll be prompted to add a credit card to your agency account. Note: You can't add a credit card to your account until you supply us with billing contact info.

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To add a billing contact to an advertiser's account you're managing:

  1. Log in to your Mantis agency account (or create an account if you haven't already)
  2. Navigate to the Advertisers tab in the left navigation
  3. Select an existing advertiser OR click the Add Advertiser+ button to create a new account to begin managing
  4. Navigate to the Advertiser's Billing tab and add a billing contact and credit card if you want the advertiser to pay for Mantis, [OR] choose to pay with the billing details in your Agency account if you prefer to foot the bill on your client's behalf.
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