The Aegis Foundry team is thrilled to announce that we are offering a discount for electronic payments! The electronic payment process will eliminate the delay and hassle associated with the processing, signing and delivery of paper checks.
Instead of having to remember to send payments for a month of service, you can now choose to have fees debited directly from your bank account (ACH) or charged to any major credit card. This will eliminate the possibilty of late fees. With ACH, you also receive these benefits:
• Security: ACH is a federally regulated network with security enforced by the NACHA (National Automated Clearing House Association).
• Privacy: ACH transactions do not disclose your personal financial information to third party processors.
• Pricing: ACH processing is more cost-efficient than sending a check in the mail, which is helpful when you are making recurring contract payments.
• Convenience: Aegis Foundry can accept payment from almost any US bank. No more paper, no more stamps, and no more headaches!
Sign up and receive 4% (ACH) or 2% (credit card) off your bill for the entire year!
To automate your billing and receive your discount, either complete the secure online form, print and return a physical form or call us for assistance. Each time a payment is processed, you will receive an email receipt for your records.
We’re looking forward to the transition and hope you enjoy the simplified process as well. Please let us know any questions you may have or issues you may encounter while filling out and sending the form. Have a great day!
While we want to accommodate the needs of our clients and understand that things happen, we will begin charging late fees in the new year. Fifteen days following your due date, your account will be charged 1.5% of your invoice or $25, whichever is greater. However, if you contact Elizabeth Anne to inform her of your potential late payment in a timely manner, we will do our best to work with you.
REMINDER: If you automate your payments with ACH, you will not have to worry about potential late fees.