MeeKhata - Send Payment Due SMS Reminders.

Do you keep spending time going over your pending invoices or money dues from customers? Calling your customer frequently for payment give out a sense of desperation which is a bad feeling to live with.

You can now easily and systematically remind your customer of their pending dues and at the same time not feel guilty about pestering them. MeeKhata sends out professional SMS payment due reminders automatically for you. When your customers ask, you can nicely say, it was the App doing the reminding and they would right away understand and pay your dues!

How to use the app:

In summary:

1. Enter customer name and phone number (optional).
2. Enter payment due amount (cash out) or due paid (cash in) amount per customer. Each customer gets an SMS immediately with their payment due amount.
3. Easily see how much money is due across customers at one place.

Every Sunday 9:30 am, app sends payment due SMS reminder to customers to pay the due amount on your behalf.

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SMS Formats:

1. Customer Account Created:

" opened a meekhata account for you. Easily manage your receivables and payables using meekhata."

2. When new "Due" transaction is added to customer.

"You are due Rupees to . Please pay at the earliest."

3. When new "Paid" transaction is added to customer.

"You paid Rs. to . Thank you"

4. When you send manual reminders for payment to your customer.

" requests you to pay today."

5. Every Sunday at 9:30 am

For customers having dues:

" requests you to pay today. Thank you."

For customer having credit balances:

"Hello! Your current balance is in meekhata account created by "

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Additional Information

October 5, 2018
Current Version
Requires Android
4.3 and up
Content Rating
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