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Introducing Blinksale’s newest integration: ZenCash

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If you use Blinksale, there is a good chance that some of the invoices you’ve sent have not been paid on time. That being said, I have a not-so-secret secret for you: managing the accounts receivable process just got a lot easier. Meet Blinksale’s newest integration: ZenCash.

Regardless of if your customer needs a nudge to pay the invoice you sent them, an iron first or an extra special thank-you note, ZenCash can work for you.

ZenCash is simply a service that helps small businesses say “thanks” to customers who pay on time and follow up with customers who don’t.

For ZenCash to work for you, simply sign up, connect your Blinksale account and all of your invoices will always begin syncing so that information you record on your invoices is automatically synced in ZenCash. From there you can send notes, printed invoices … and if you just are not getting paid, you can have a collections agency that ZenCash has partnered with put in the time and due diligence to collect your money for you. And the best part, is your invoices are always syncing with your Blinksale account, so you don’t have to update information in both Blinksale and ZenCash.

And we forgot to mention, it’s free to sign up and have an account. You only pay for what you use.

Check out ZenCash now.


  • On May 22, 2012, Darren said:

    Thank you! This is great! I signed up and linked my account – is there away to sync all past invoices, or does it only start syncing from now on?

  • On May 22, 2012, Blinksale said:

    Hey Darren! It syncs all past invoices! Give them a shout if you have any other questions!

  • On June 5, 2012, chris meyer said:

    Any chance you will offer this for Australia any time in the near future?

  • On June 6, 2012, Patrick Dodd said:

    Hey Chris, I gather from the ZenCash team that they plan on doing so. Make sure to send your email and request to support@zencash.com. They’ll be happy to take care of you from there.

  • On November 1, 2012, Guest said:

    May 16th you posted this. Your next News post wasn’t until October (5 months later), and that was to announce that your site was down. Seems a bit lack luster to me…

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