Can I create a customer invoice for a large total then set a recurring payment reminder for only the weekly payment amount that is due? Similar to a vehicle loan/payment.

I create large invoices for customers. Then the customer makes a predetermined weekly payment towards the invoice. Currently this process is very hands.

I am wondering if qbo offers a way to send a weekly reminder for only the weekly amount due each week.

For example, a customer may owe $9755. I currently invoice the customer and email them weekly. Many customers become confused and become frustrated "why are you bailing me for the entire balance right now".

I would like to send them an email only for the payment that is due that week, then have that payment applied to their total balance due.

I attempted to create a "recurring invoice" but this only compounded the issue. 

Is there another option available for this type of situation?

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