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# 138680 13-Jan-2014 11:55
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Was wondering if Telecom like Skinny has any way of generating a GST receipt  when you top up on prepay??

Did a search on GZ  but could find anything specific to telecom.




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  # 969191 17-Jan-2014 23:07
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I believe the Prepaid Help Desk can do this, however it would be on request only.

Best to give them a call to double check.

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  # 969221 18-Jan-2014 07:15
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Thanx. Yes I did call them . Manual process and a pain. They should have the last screen when you topup to say "Do you want a GST receipt" and if yes it pops up one in PDF format like the one on Skinny..




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  # 969233 18-Jan-2014 08:53
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Could you buy vouchers from a shop instead? Not ideal but an option.




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  # 969251 18-Jan-2014 09:28
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I keep my top-ups to $50 or less. In this case a proper tax invoice is not required to support a claim. I just print out a screen-shot showing the date and amount of top-up. Agree with you though. There is no excuse for telecom not providing one as part of their online payment process.

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