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Mail collection and forwarding

You can leave instructions with Golden Square Receptionists on how exactly to handle incoming mail. For instance some of our customers ask us to open the mail, and if it is a cheque, deposit it in the Bank and email the details to their accounts department in the head office. This saves a lot of time for our customers and helps timely cash flows.

 

If a mail is very urgent and our customer is travelling, Golden Square reception acts on this by calling the customer, sending an SMS or email with a scanned copy of the mail. This way customers can take action or give instructions to Golden Square to handle urgent matters.

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