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With the Invoice Maker App, getting paid has never been easier. Build and send professional looking invoices in seconds ⚡️Keep track of payments from your phone and send reminders about outstanding invoices with a single tap. Finally, a small business tool that takes care of your invoicing so you can get back to work — and it’s totally free 💸
Get paid without the fees. Build and send free, professional-looking invoices that let customers know you mean business.
Signing up and sending the first free invoice only takes a couple of minutes. Invoice Maker saves your customer’s details, so sending the next invoice is even faster.
Don’t lose sight of your hard earned money. Keep tabs on all your invoices so you know which ones have been paid and which ones are still outstanding. Invoice Maker lets you keep track of payments and send reminders from your phone.
Time is money. Don’t waste it chasing payments. The invoice maker lets you set automatic follow-ups with your customers, so you can get paid faster.
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