WooCommerce Invoice Payment Gateway

WooCommerce Invoice Payment Gateway

The WooCommerce invoice payment gateway plugin adds an Invoice Payment Gateway to your WooCommerce store. This type of payment method is usually used in B2B transactions with account / invoice customers where taking instant digital payment is not an option.

An order status of either On Hold, Processing or Completed can be chosen from the gateway settings panel. The selected order status will be applied to all orders processed via the WooCommerce invoice payment gateway and the corresponding status order emails will be sent after checkout.


The plugin itself does not create customer invoices for you only orders. For invoices this is something you would still have to use an accounting program like Quickbooks or similar to bill your customers with.


  • Download the plugin from WordPress.org WooCommerce Invoice Payment Gateway.
  • Goto WordPress > Appearance > Plugins > Add New.
  • Click Upload Plugin and Choose File, then select the plugin’s .zip file. Click Install Now.
  • Click Activate to use your new plugin right away.

If you would like to contribute to the plugin, provide feedback or alert me to any issues you can do so from the Github repo referenced below.

2 thoughts on “WooCommerce Invoice Payment Gateway

  1. I like the idea of this plugin but was wondering if it’s missing something that would ,ake it very useable?!?
    If there was a tick box to select the user role to which this checkout option appeared, it would make it very powerful because then only certain role would be able to see it in checkout such as B2B Customer and no others.
    Is this easy to do or even doable?

    1. Hey Darran,

      The reason I haven’t added such functionality to restrict by user role is that there are several plugins like these ones below which can add such functionality and display gateways conditionally by user role.




      You can also enable a payment gateway for a specific user role via by using a code snippet like this example.


      I thought it was best to not add such functionality to my gateway plugin as by doing so my plugin then follows the standard set for payment gateways within WooCommerce core itself.

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