There is a workaround...
Does your company have a MCC? If not, create one, then add all accounts to
that MCC. Next, let all "budget orders" go through that MCC. A "budget
order" is similar to a purchase order, you give Google the right to spend a
certain amount in a certain period.
Having done that, you can use the BudgetOrderService
- method get returns all budget orders. You have to call that service with
a login associated to the MCC with the budget orders. And then you're still
not there, you have to ask Google for whitelisting (see the highlighted
section of the docs).
So a lot to do, but if you already have a MCC, and you've centralized the
spendings in that MCC, you're almost there.
On Tuesday, September 20, 2016 at 4:35:36 AM UTC+2, Gustavo Ulyssea wrote:
> I could not find a way to make it automatic to check our company current
> account budget on AdWords to make it easier for me to let the one
> responsible to add credit to our account. Anyone who knows it can help me ?
> Best regards,
> Gustavo Ulyssea
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