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Are persistent subs reminders counter productive?

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Its started, 3 2022 subs reminders so far this week. I'll be paying end of Jan as usual.

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By williams lester accountants
12th Nov 2021 13:12

Why bother, do you get any value from them?

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By Ranse
12th Nov 2021 14:07

Yes!
they have to take some responsibility (hahaha) although its can be a matter of expectation even though they do follow your reminders.

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By 0098087
12th Nov 2021 14:16

what are they for?

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By Tax Dragon
12th Nov 2021 14:22

Beano, Women's Own and Hell Sonja.

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By 0098087
12th Nov 2021 14:38

Duh, obviously just women's own

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By Arthur Putey
15th Nov 2021 15:34

Don't forget Viz

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By Tax Dragon
12th Nov 2021 14:19

I see it's catching.

Your façade of the world's most boring accountant is starting to crack, revealing the comedy genius beneath.

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By Hugh Simpson
12th Nov 2021 17:29

Thirty two thousand and twenty two subs reminders in a week is a tad persistent.

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By Arthur Putey
15th Nov 2021 15:36

Yes, that is a lot of wear and tear on my delete key.

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By acldemac
16th Nov 2021 10:16

To keep your delete key shiny and tidy, you can use email rules on your email client (software app, not the "email of your client") and you don't even see those reminders in your inbox.
Hope this helps with your "carpal tunnel syndrome".

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By DJKL
16th Nov 2021 10:35

They should try my fishing Club's approach, annual sub £120 but only £60 if paid by 30th November (renewal is 1st October). If a significant enough discount is offered people will pay quickly.

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By Arthur Putey
29th Dec 2021 10:13

They excelled themselves yesterday, 3 reminder emails in 30 minutes.

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By Hugo Fair
29th Dec 2021 11:23

"When a document is prepared or written in triplicate, two exact copies of it are made also: The application has to be completed in triplicate, with the original being kept by the bank and the copies going to the customer and the tax office."
(c) Cambridge English Dictionary

... obviously they've erroneously sent all 3 copies and you need to return 2 of them!

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By Arthur Putey
30th Dec 2021 14:42

They weren't duplicates, there were 3 separate emails with different titles.

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By Hugo Fair
30th Dec 2021 15:21

It (my response) was meant to be a joke ... in the style of your avatar's role model!

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