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Join the Big Break and WIN!

Promote Direct Debit and you could win £1,000 towards your bureau fees.

As one of the UK's leading and fastest growing Direct Debit bureaus we have once again decided to team up with Bacs, the organisation behind Direct Debit, to help encourage our Direct Debit customers to take part in a new nationwide marketing campaign.

The Big Break 2013 campaign

This year the campaign builds on The Big Break theme with a brand new incentive offer, this time for both businesses and consumers (individuals). And, as an added bonus to encourage participation amongst Direct Debit billers who use a bureau service, one participating bureau customer will win £1,000 towards their bureau fees.

With people more keen than ever to find ways of saving money and spreading costs, The Big Break campaign encourages Direct Debit sign up whilst at the same time raising money for charity.

The prize draw

Whether your customers are businesses or individuals, this campaign offers and incentive for both to pay by Direct Debit:

  • Consumers (individual customers) could win their bills paid for a year - up to £12,000.
  • Businesses can win a business bill paid to the value of £2,000.

Raising funds for good causes

Giving charities a Big Break is a key part of the campaign. There are two ways for causes to benefit:

  • For every new Direct Debit processed by Eazipay during April 2013 we will donate 6p to Marie Curie Cancer Care.
  • Bacs is giving a further £20,000 to good causes, all nominated and voted for online by the public.

How to join

To take part in The Big Break and be in with a chance of winning £1,000 all you have to do is support The Big Break campaign by promoting it to your customers. (Terms and conditions apply). Click here and we'll put you in touch with Bacs who will quickly get you set up.

 
   

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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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