A will to succeed with Eazipay
 

A will to succeed with Eazipay

Worthing based Will Power is in the business of making Will writing as painless as possible. And that includes paying for it.

Sharon Chapman, an administrator at the firm for a number of years, explains how Eazipay has helped customers spread the load.

“No one likes thinking about death, and that includes writing a Will. The fact is, however, that if your assets are going to end up where you want them to after you die, then a legally binding Will is essential.

“Writing a Will is one thing, paying for it is something else. While an initial basic Will can be as little as £75, more complicated arrangements involving trusts and deeds of variation can see costs rise to well over £1,000.

“Understandably, this is money that many clients can't lay their hands on as a lump sum, and so as a business we needed to find a way of helping them while making sure our cash flow was secure.

“After doing some research, we concluded that Direct Debit was the best solution, and after some more research and several company comparisons, we decided that Eazipay was the firm who could best meet our needs.

“I'm delighted we made that decision! From our first contact with them they have been exceptional and offered us very good service.

“Eazipay made the initial setting up process straightforward, and adding new Direct Debits to the system is extremely simple.

“They are good at picking up any errors in the forms and now know us sufficiently well that they can tell when something isn't right. Having a dedicated account manager helps!

“And they are a pleasure to deal with. We get on well which makes doing business with them much easier.

“The most important thing Eazipay bring to the process, however, is peace of mind. From a business perspective we know that our cash flow is secure and that we are more likely to retain clients as the amounts required from them aren't frightening.

“Better still though is the peace of mind that using Eazipay brings to our clients. As mentioned earlier, the process of thinking about death isn't anyone's idea of a good time, never mind thinking about how you might pay for it. Anything that can ease that part of the burden has got to be good news, and using Eazipay enables us to offer clients a payment plan that causes them as little stress as possible.”

www.willpowerworthing.co.uk

Eazipay Limited are authorised and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority, number 615816 under the Payment Services Regulations 2009 for the provision of payment services. www.fca.org.uk
The Financial Ombudsman Service (FOS) is an agency for arbitrating on unresolved complaints between regulated firms and their clients. Full details of the FOS can be found on its website at www.financial-ombudsman.org.uk

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