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2 responses to “e-Bills and Paper trails”

  1. Tom Raftery

    My God Vinnie,

    Just how many bank accounts do you have?

    😉

    On a more serious note, I continue to be astounded at the lack of online bills being offered by banks, utilities, telcos, etc. It really is amazing.

    Surely there is a massive cost saving to be had from moving to digital and away from post and paper – not to mention the carbon costs involved.

  2. Zoli Erdos

    Might as well add the case of paper-based junk mail from banks: often the ones I am already a customer of, where my billing preference is set as ‘electronic only’. If I can’t stop junkmail, at least let me have it electronically (and you know where it goes …)