I have an issue with an online purchase in the Steam platform. Now I need to open a ticket to get my issue solved, but I do not know which is the correct term to refer to the payment method that I have chosen. The payment method consists in generation of a paper/document with a barcode that represents a sequence of numbers. To pay, you need to access your internet banking or go to your physical bank and scan the barcode or digit the sequence of numbers that are represented by the barcode.
The document looks like this:
So, my question is:
Which is the appropriate term to refer to the paper with barcodes that you pay in your internet banking or physical bank?
P.A.: Terms that Google have returned:
- Bank Slip
- Banking billets
- Bank ticket
An invoice - or purchase order or bill - may have a barcode and a sequence of numbers on it. The barcode system allows you to pay the amount due on the document at a bank where a barcode scanner identifies the payer and all the information concerning your purchase.
Actually that payment method is a lot common here in Brazil and some internacional sale sites offers this kind of payment. I had this doubt about the apropriate name to designate that paper too and I guess the better term is "banking billet" or maybe "bank billet". Here we call this paper "Boleto Bancário".
I hope I have helped you and since now my apologies for any mistakes on the english discourse (I'm still learning and trying to improve).