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Zach Shallcross Sends Home Frontrunner, Surprises a Nation

Zach Shallcross does not possess the most dynamic personality.

Hence, we’d imagine, why so few people are tuning in to The Bachelor this season.

But the single stud muffin made the sort of surprising move on Monday night that may get people buzzing and, producers hope, curious about what he chooses to do next.

Let’s run down the main takeaway from the latest episode, shall we?

Zach Shallcross Sends Home Frontrunner, Surprises a Nation

Following a one-on-one date with Kaity (which included the pair spending the night the Natural History Museum in Los Angeles), it was time for the return of the Bachelor Bowl.

After The Ball Zachs defeated The Shall Crushers (great team names, by the way), Zach told Bailey he was “not confident that there is a future between us,” sending this suitor packing before the Rose Ceremony.

Christina Mandrell — who scored the first solo date this season, even making a visit to the bachelor’s childhood home to meet his family in the process — referred to the rejection as “inevitable.”

This response did not sit well with the remaining women.

Christina is a 26 year old Content Creator from Nashville Tennessee Christina is ready to her fairytale perfect love story It is really awful for her to say that in a moment when someone gets sent home that is actually awful Charity said on air For her to say that in a moment when someone gets sent home that is actually awful

A short time later, Charity earned Zach’s group date rose — and things got even more awkward.

Everyone else congratulated Charity, but Christina spoke up and went in the opposite direction:

“Um, I’m just confused honestly. But I’m just confused.”

Kylee added in a confessional:

But I’m just confused.”

Added Kylee in a confessional:

“I’m like, ‘Bitch, shut upl’

“Once again, Christina was making it about herself and doesn’t respect any of our feelings.

“That person is Christina.”

“That person is Christina.”

Zach Shallcross WILL get engaged on this season of The Bachelor. (Photo via ABC)

Shallcross had no chance here but to confront Christina

“It’s come to my attention that the women in the house have felt hurt and insecure because of you,” he told her. “I was shocked and I wanted to talk to you about that.”

Christina did her best to defend herself as follows:

“I’ve been confronted by some of the girls.

“I’m rubbing people the wrong way.

“I’m outgoing, happy, and loud.

“A lot of people are taking that as me wanting to be the center of attention or that I’m privileged in a way, or that I’m more special or have a better relationship with you than other people because I met your family.”

Christina then urged Zach to “help me, help me, help me,” prior to bawling during a confessional.

“I’m a lot,” she admitted. I didn’t intentionally hurt anyone. I don’t know how to offer him anymore clarity because I’m just not good at that.”

Heading into the rose ceremony, Zach observed how he “had to be cautious and look at the big picture.”

Therefore, with one final rose left, he decided to give it to Mercedes instead of Christina.

“Right now it just kind of hurts,” Christina said getting sent home.

“Zach blew me away. He was not what I had hoped for, and it surprised me. Sadly, it’s not me.”


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Process Automation Leader REQUORDIT Announcing Finexio’s CEO Keynote Participation at REQUORDIT SUMMIT & TRAINING EVENT

REQUORDIT enhances its cloud-based solutions, services, and technology offering with Automated Accounts Payable Solutions

REQUORDIT, one of the global leaders in Enterprise Content Management, and Finexio, the fast-growing digital Accounts Payable (AP) payments-as-a-service company, are thrilled to announce the participation of Ernest Rolfson, CEO and Founder of Finexio, as a featured keynote speaker at the upcoming REQUORDIT Summit & Training Event from April 25th to the 27th. 

This remarkable keynote will focus on the economic outlook for 2023 and trends, taking advantage of Ernest's vast expertise in the industry. This collaboration comes as one of many efforts to strengthen and celebrate REQUORDIT & Finexio's strategic partnership that expands REQUORDIT's process automation offerings to include an end-to-end payment solution that simplifies and optimizes business-to-business (B2B) payments.   

Enabled directly by Finexio's B2B payment technology, REQUORDIT has added CloudPAYit to its suite of business maximization solutions. CloudPAYit provides a streamlined AP payment experience, delivering customers a process that includes best-in-class OCR technology to capture documents with accuracy, freedom from manual indexing, automated workflow, and automated payments that will also free customers from time-consuming tasks like having to print checks. This end-to-end solution is a fully integrated, streamlined AP payment experience covering a wide variety of payment types and channels, including ACH, wire, virtual card, and paper checks.  

"Ernest is a thought leader in the payments space and has a vast background. We are very excited to have him speaking at our Summit this year. I am 100% sure it will be a thought-provoking and engaging conversation," says Mark Buckley, CEO of REQUORDIT. 

"REQUORDIT is a wonderful integrated software partner of Finexio that has demonstrated a deep commitment to improving the lives of their customers with powerful, accurate, cost-saving automation," said Ernest Rolfson, CEO and Founder, Finexio. Added Rolfson, "I'm excited to speak at the Summit where I will discuss the developing global macro environment, share thoughts on the economic cycle and its impact on business, and opine on technology and financial opportunities that make sense in the current reality." 

With respect to the payment lifecycle, Finexio's integrated payment solution also offers CloudPAYit customers white glove supplier enablement, fraud and risk detection, payment-specific strategic account relationship management, payment operations and settlement support, and payments and banking data security capabilities. 

About REQUORDIT: Maximize Human Potential Through Process Automation 

REQUORDIT empowers digital transformation by connecting with people, processes, and information. It has 10+ years of experience working as a technology advocate for various industries with a unique focus on the construction industry, providing easy-to-use solutions that increase efficiency via software automation. REQUORDIT offers an extended variety of on-premises and cloud-based solutions, services, and technologies with an emphasis on AP invoice process automation, OCR capture, automated AP payments, document management, business process automation, and records management. Find them at and register here for the 2023 REQUORDIT Summit. 

About Finexio 

Finexio is the leading AP payments-as-a-service company focused on providing end-to-end payment capabilities embedded within procurement, AP software platforms, and financial institutions. This embedded electronic payments solution represents a powerful disruption to traditional, disjointed manual-based AP processes. Finexio's modern, efficient service model, robust API, SSO capabilities, and total payment solutions translate to high-margin revenue streams and a strong competitive position for partners. Learn more about Finexio at or follow them on LinkedIn

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