It is of course up to each individual to choose the most suitable solution, but those who still would like to receive a paper invoice after 1 January 2015 will be subject to an invoice fee of NOK 39, incl. VAT. Customers can choose to receive invoices by means of an e-mail invoice or e-invoice. Both of these arrangements can be combined with a direct debit agreement.
With e-invoices you will be helping to protect the environment!
Information on the various alternatives:
Order invoices by e-mail by sending an e-mail to firstname.lastname@example.org. Include: Your name and customer number, and the e-mail address where you would like to receive the invoice.
You can order e-invoices through your online banking service. When you enter into an e-invoice agreement, you will receive notice by e-mail when a new e-invoice is available in your online banking service. You must approve the invoice yourself through the online banking service in order for the invoice to be debited. If you have a direct debit agreement, this takes place automatically.
Invoice fee for paper invoices
For everyone who wants to receive a paper invoice, a fee of NOK 39 will be charged for producing and sending the invoice.
Feel free to contact Gudbrand Bergsund at phone number: +47 90 55 65 38 or e-mail: email@example.com if you would like more information.