Flow offers debt forgiveness to customers

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Flow offers debt forgiveness to customers

flow-logoPRESS RELEASE – Flow has introduced a Debt Forgiveness Initiative that allows customers with unpaid bills to get up to 80% of their debt wiped clean!

Flow understands that St. Lucia is facing difficult economic times, so the company has launched this program to help its customers settle their outstanding balances.  This will allow customers to continue enjoying Flow’s exciting suite of services.

The Debt Amnesty Program gives every residential broadband, Flow TV and home phone customer with an overdue balance the opportunity to have up to 80% of that unpaid bill cleared completely.

Customers are encouraged to take advantage of this special offer by visiting any Flow retail store for more details.

Flow’s Sales, Marketing & Communications Manager, Shermalyn Sidonie-John says the company has acknowledged the need to assist some customers.

“We understand that there are individuals and families who have been going through some tough challenges. We will continue to do whatever we can to help customers in need who are struggling to pay their bills. This special amnesty offer is a way of providing them with the support they need to help them regain their service or services.”

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  1. Yea right. Flow so why some customers get 50% off and they have proper jobs and those that have lil jobs or nun getting 20% off. Do you think that's fair?

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  2. Sure sure. This is well appreciated. Im expecting flow will recieve some significant tax benefits while improving thier position on the books due to the reduced bad debt. At any rate the business will look more lucrative to investors.

    Yuh see boy??? Not alluv us stupid yuh knuh!

    But thanks for helping me help you.

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  3. well you guys have the names of the people who had very outstanding bills, mainly because after you disconnect them you still continue to charge them so just clear off the bill one time. If it wasn't hard on them the bills would have been paid.
    i dnt understand why u disconnect them after two months when you have them paying the bill before they even use the service. get back to old times where u pay what u use not pay what you haven't used

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