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Autobooks: Send Invoices

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Introducing the Online Invoicing Solution – Autobooks

Autobooks is a platform designed to help your business create and send invoices while keeping track of past and current payments. No matter what type of business you are running, no one wants to spend time stressing over how money might be falling through the cracks.

It’s not hard to imagine a situation like this: Nick, a small business owner like you, had been using a widely known online payments system to accept electronic payments from one of his clients. He started to run into some trouble when his client didn’t recognize Nick’s company name on his credit card bill. Although Nick was able to reach out and fix the issue, the payment was delayed resulting in a disruption of Nick’s cash flow.

For most business owners, this is something that can’t happen. So what could Nick have done differently? Instead of trusting a credit card processor that is only just that – a processor, Nick would have benefited from Autobooks, a platform that allows you to accept electronic payments directly into your business checking account. Autobooks removes the need for a third party provider, and is able to send professional invoices directly to your clients. All online, you will be able to track your payment activity, see who opened your invoices, who made a payment and who still owes you money.

Autobooks provides an over-arching net to keep your hard-earned money safe and organized. Set up your business the right way and sign up for a Tailored Checking account to start using Autobooks for free.

Autobooks is not an affiliate of LendingClub Bank, N.A. (“LendingClub Bank”). LendingClub Bank may receive compensation from Clover for referrals it makes. LendingClub Bank does not make any representation or warranty and is not responsible for any action or event related to your use of Autobooks.

About the author

Alain Glanzman

With years of experience in business, Alain is the Vice President of Small Business Banking. Alain understands the connection between banking and business and focuses on small businesses growing their deposits.