2014

Be environmentally friendly – avoid invoice fees!

06.11.2014

From 1 January 2015, Vardar Varme and ØEF will introduce a fee for paper invoices. Vardar encourages its customers to receive invoices electronically instead of on paper. This will protect the environment, and we will save the costs associated with sending out invoices.

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.

Vardar Varme - With e-invoices you will be helping to protect the environment
With e-invoices you will be helping to protect the environment!

Information on the various alternatives:

E-mail invoice

  • Invoices will be sent by e-mail.
  • Payment will take place in the same manner as an ordinary giro.
  • The e-mail will contain all necessary information, as well as the entire invoice as an attachment.
  • This can be combined with an SMS invoice and/or direct debit agreement.

Order invoices by e-mail by sending an e-mail to gudber@vardar.no. Include: Your name and customer number, and the e-mail address where you would like to receive the invoice.

E-invoices

  • E-invoices will be sent to your online banking service.
  • Payment will take place when you log in and approve the invoice.
  • The e-invoice contains all information, and you can look at it in its entirety in attachments.
  • You will not have to enter the CID number.
  • This can be combined with a direct debit agreement.

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: gudber@vardar.no if you would like more information.