Late Fee Manager

Get paid on time.

Description

Late Fee Manager integrates with QuickBooks Online to automatically send payment reminders and apply late fees or service charges to your overdue invoices. Automatically motivate your customers to pay on time and as agreed.

Late Fee Manager users get paid on time or get paid more.

Late Fee Manager monitors your open invoices and due dates in QuickBooks daily. We then automatically create and send late fees to your customers when invoices become overdue. We also automatically send personalized payment reminders before, on and after invoice due dates to remind your customers of invoice due dates and your late fee policy.

Late Fee Manager users get paid on time or get paid more.

Free 30 Day Trial - No Credit Card Required - Plans from $19/ month


PLAN PRICE USERS DETAILS
Sole Proprietor $19.00/month 1 Up to 100 Invoices
SMB $49.00/month 1 Up to 500 Invoices
Corporate 99.00/month 1 Up to 1,000 Invoices
Enterprise Call 775.636.8113 1 Over 1,000 Invoices

If you need any assistance using Late Fee Manager, we are here to help! Our support team is based in Nevada USA. You can reach us by calling the number listed below, or by emailing support@latefeemanager.com

Contacts

775.636.8113
Online support:
http://latefeemanager.com/contact


FAQ

Can I apply late fees to some customers but not others?
Yes, we understand how valuable your customer relationships are. So you can apply late fees to only problem payers, and disable for your best customers.
How do payment reminders work?
We allow you to define personlized email templates to alert your customers of invoice due date and your late fee policy. We have three payment reminder templates, one to be sent prior to the due date (you choose when), one to be sent on the due date, and one to be sent on a recurring schedule after the due date. You can personalize the text and tone of each email template type.
Do you charge a flat late fee amount or a percentage of the overdue balance?
We allow you to define the type of fee you would like to charge. You can choose from a predetermined fee amount, a percentage of the overdue balance, the combination of the two, or the greater amount of the two (evaluated on a per invoice basis).