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Paperless Invoicing Now Available

Published on 13/11/2014

Hacking and Paterson Management Services are delighted to offer paperless invoicing to our homeowner clients.

Following a significant number of requests for such a service, we are delighted to announce that our homeowner clients can now receive their quarterly invoices electronically via email.
The email will also contain a link to our payment facility which conveniently allows you to settle your invoice electronically too.

There is no charge for this service which we believe introduces a more convenient, efficient and environmentally friendly invoicing facility.
To sign up for paperless invoicing, please contact us at info@hackingandpaterson.co.uk providing us with your name, the property address relating to the invoice(s) you wish to receive by this method and your property reference no. if you have this (this is detailed on your invoice).

While we believe that paperless invoicing is an excellent choice for businesses and clients alike, we continue to provide traditional invoicing services to those clients who would prefer this.

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