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Date: April 30, 2009
SqueakyFax.com Invoice Reminder Service Helps Businesses Collect Payments
The service provides an affordable, innovative way for companies to collect past due payments, especially amounts that are too small to be handled by a collection agency, without the hassle, confrontation, time, or effort typically required by traditional methods. It is based on the notion, often proven in the collections business, that "the squeaky wheel gets the grease."
Creative Entropy, Inc., an Arkansas business that creates online applications, had their share of deadbeat clients over the last decade. Often, the only way the owners could collect payment from these accounts was to constantly call and harass them. When one of Creative Entropy, Inc.s business accounts refused to pay a $70 bill and then repeatedly claimed to be out of the office to avoid the ensuing collection calls, the company owners came up with the SqueakyFax.com idea.
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Regular rates for SqueakyFax.com services are $5.99 USD for 20 faxes, with special pricing for non-profit organizations. Contact Shane Green for further information at 870-895-3952 or Shane@Creative-entropy.com
Posted by Eric Ward on 4/30/09
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