Canada Post's Eco-Friendly Online Payment System - EPost Video

This video will show you how to manage your bills in an environmentally conscious way by using Canada Post's EPost online payment system.
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How to Control Of Your Bills with Epost Veronica: Online payments are becoming popular globally because of the convenience and environmentally friendly choice. One hundred and fifty thousand trees are being saved because 4,000,000 registered users are receiving their five bills through the web instead of through the mail. Hi. I’m Veronica of watch-mojo.com and today we’re going to look at a new way to take care of your bills via Epost. What is Epost? Larry Henry: Epost is an environmentally friendly alternative from —for viewing, paying and managing your bills securely online. Veronica: How safe is it? Larry Henry: It’s very secure because we actually don’t use Email to send your bills off. It comes through a trusted environment from that sender to us. We hold it for you and notify you through email that’s available where you then come, login and receive it. The great part as it’s actually securely integrated with your bank. So that way, you can actually go to your bank, login, connect your box and then you can view pin manage from place. Veronica: How do we help the environment by choosing the service? Larry Henry: When you think of what comes into your household, the average persons gets five bills. If each bill is two pages on an envelope that’s a hundred and 20 pages per person. If you think about our service right now, we’ve got just over 4,000,000 registered users. By that math, we’re able to cover the trans Canada highway from Victoria to Saint Johns, that entire 8,000 kilometers stretch 17 times. By doing this, you’re able to help global warming reduce your own footprint and take control of your finances at the same time. Veronica: How do you hit track of your records? Larry Henry: Well the great part is we offer to the consumers like you free of charge up to seven year storage. There is no limitation on size so that means anything you will save in the box you can manage and store there permanently for as long as you choose. Veronica: How do you make the switch? Larry Henry: You can go to Canadapost.ca/epost or you can go to the online banking websites of your choice. Look for Epost, enter the bill pay or view bills. Once you’ve registered for the box which is by the way its free, then you would then subscribe for each document that you want to receive from that billing company you have a relationship with. Veronica: What’s your favorite prior to this service? Larry Henry: The convenience. The fact that knowing I don’t have to run to my mail box everyday which I don’t. I get to my mailbox when I do when I have that time. But here, I can go on my computer at my leisure, receive, pay and manage those bills and know that its sub stored. And if there’s any requirement for recourse, I have my own electronic copy. That’s what I love about it. Veronica: Thank you very much. Larry Henry: Thank you.

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