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  # 657680 18-Jul-2012 14:52
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IRD have stoped with the reply envelope which removes one way of dealing with it.




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  # 657696 18-Jul-2012 15:14

SaltyNZ: This service does sound very good. I would love to not have to sort through paper bills. The problem I have is that the IRD are addicted to dead trees. I wonder if there will ever be a way to deal with THAT?


The IRD are looking at removing their reliance on 'dead' trees. 



 
 
 
 


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SaltyNZ: This service does sound very good. I would love to not have to sort through paper bills. The problem I have is that the IRD are addicted to dead trees. I wonder if there will ever be a way to deal with THAT?


Another company that is addicted to dead trees is GE Finance. I rang them up to cancel my Creditline account, which has a balance of $0.00. They informed me that they will be sending me two (WTF?) closing statements. Perhaps this is so I can view them in 3D by positioning them just right and crossing my eyes.

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  # 657701 18-Jul-2012 15:18
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GEM visa charge for paper statements. The online ones make no sense at all so you end up calling them in anycase. I guess they do that so they hope that their randomly named interest charges slip by people with interest free periods on their cards.




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Consumero: The only way I'm going to open a YouPost box is if they put gold bars, wads of cash or pictures of Jessica Alba in it.


Your comment on the blog post is gold!

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Ragnor:
Your comment on the blog post is gold!


This!!!!!




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  # 657962 18-Jul-2012 19:55
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Consumero: The only way I'm going to open a YouPost box is if they put gold bars, wads of cash or pictures of Jessica Alba in it.


What if it actually had Jessica Alba in it? 




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Then I'd open two of them :-)

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  # 659637 21-Jul-2012 17:41
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I might use service where I received a daily summary email from NZPost....

In that email would be a series of scans of all envelopes currently addressed to me.
From that list, I could then select which items to be delivered to me (and specify a different address if required), and which items to be trashed without delivery.




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