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chrismccoy says

IS their anyway to check how much a user as spent, ive bought quite a few items on the various envato sites, 7 pages worth actually, probably $2,000+ in total.

Im wondering if this is possible?

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hagdesigns says

You could get the dollar amount for each purchase from the statement and then add it up to get the total bought.

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Ezza says

You can also download your statement in csv, which would allow you to open it in a spreadsheet and calculate the total easily.

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chrismccoy says

anyone have any sample code for getting an item?

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hagdesigns says

Here is a basic tutorial I wrote for Nettuts+

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