Our next step will be to get paperless statements for ALL of our regular monthly bills. Over the last few years we have tried to go with paperless statements. I missed a few payments. Then I switched back to paper. But a year or so ago we tried again. We have been able to somewhat pay attention to that e-mail reminder to pay our mobility bill. With that success I have added our banking statements. We never really look at them anyways so it won’t be missed. Up next is hydro and gas. Both are regular monthly amounts that I can set up automatic payments for. Another annoying bill we get in our mail box is for the toll bridge. Don’t get me started on why I think paying to go over a bridge is crap! I’d rather just get the monthly damage put directly on credit card so that it’s less of a hassle. Out of sight, out of mind.
Imagine opening up your mailbox everyday and finding nothing!
- Pinnacle Life rolls out âpaperless’ direct debit… (pinnaclelife.co.nz)
- Paperless office guide (xlntelecom.co.uk)
- Virgin, you SUCK at customer care. (urbanburbles.wordpress.com)
- The 30 Day Paperless Challenge with Ambassador Jamie Todd Rubin (evernote.com)