NEWS BLOG

We’ve decided to repost this blog article to help with the online payments.

We’d encourage as many customers as possible to make good use of this free and easy to use payment method. After adding in our details to your online banking account, i.e our bank account and sort code along with your reference number; you can then make payments at the click of a button. After a few customers commented on this I thought I’d better just help out in explaining how to make an online payment. If you would like to make an online payment, which let’s face it is cheaper than sending a cheque in the post, (have you seen the price of stamps nowadays??) then you need to go to your own banks website and make a bank transfer from there. You’ll find our bank details on every invoice that we give you. Unfortunately you can’t do it directly through our website or over the phone at the moment as we don’t have the resources to provide this service. Don’t forget to use your customer number as a reference so we can track the payments.

We hope this all makes sense. Any questions don’t hesitate to ask.

Look forward to seeing you all in the Spring.

Your Lancashire Lawncare Team

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