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What do you call the payment in english that still have to be paid by the customer?

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What do you mean? Do you mean like the money that still needs to be paid? Usually that would be a "bill" If thats not it then if you clarify i can totally help (:
You can call it the 'balance due' or residual or bill. Many ways to express 'payment.'
For example, a girl ordered me a dress worth $ 150 , she paid me 100, 50 is due on her, which have to be paid on the time of delivery of the dresses, now if i want to present her a bill, what would i call that $ 50, that still needs to be paid?

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Well, I think balance due is the right phrase for it. I'm giving rainbow a medal for it :)
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