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Hi there I’m wanting to know what sort of money people average per day 

also what payment methods do use use as I’m TRYING to move all customers on to gocardless as im sick off been a charity.

thanks all 👍

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I use online banking, never had a problem with it. I don’t discuss my earnings 🙂👍

Pretty much same as above 1. None of your business 2. Post a card with bank details on and customers transfer to my account using their address as reference. Chase a few but their all pretty

I understand where you're coming from and I don't want @Iron Giant biting my ankles but I'm no fan of gocardless. I only do about £1200 a month of residential so money collection isn't a big problem t

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Pretty much same as above

1. None of your business

2. Post a card with bank details on and customers transfer to my account using their address as reference. Chase a few but their all pretty good. Bin any that are a pain and forget repeatedly 

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Everyones yearly income verys, depends on many factors.

Electronic payments is the way to go.

We are all broke and always chasing money..don't get into this industry I think everyone here would agree 😎

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15 hours ago, Dt 20 said:

Hi there I’m wanting to know what sort of money people average per day 

also what payment methods do use use as I’m TRYING to move all customers on to gocardless as im sick off been a charity.

thanks all 👍

70% BACS

20% CASH

8%   CARD PAYMENTS 

2%   STANDING ORDER

 

Daily figure varies....anything from £200-£300 per day.....

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We accept BACS, cash, cheques, as for earnings that depends what jobs you do how many hours you work and what you want to earn per hour , being self employed I would say you need to earn minimum of £30 per hour , that’s not what we earn but I would say that’s a starting point , you need to take into account no holiday pay , no sick pay , bad weather , etc .

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24 minutes ago, Iron Giant said:

Yip, I do I have over 330 jobs paying via GC and have used GC for about 5 years now 

That’s what I’m planing to do as there’s no chasing money etc 

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We only allow very good customers 2 washes, wouldn't give the Queen a third wash without payment for the previous 2.

The majority of new businesses that fail do so because of poor cash flow. If your customers don't appreciate that then they don't deserve to be called a customer.

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We only allow very good customers 2 washes, wouldn't give the Queen a third wash without payment for the previous 2.

The majority of new businesses that fail due so because of poor cash flow. If your customers don't appreciate that then they don't deserve to be called a customer.

Exactly mate

why let miss”s smith go 2 cleans 

only reason I’m in business and that’s for one thing only and that’s moving moving money out of a customers bank account in to mine 

that’s why I’m going all gocardless as they just don’t have the option to pay when they want 

Can u ring sky tv and ask tell them you will pay next month no not happing or your service will be cut off 

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