Payroll Scotland Ltd is a company registered in Scotland with company number SC335646. The Registered Office isTrinity Hosue, 31 Lynedoch Street, Glasgow G3 6EF,
GENERAL TERMS AND CONDITIONS
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We will never sell or share your personal information with third parties unless it is to fulfil a function which you have specifically consented to.
Where we undertake work at your instruction, we will fee you for the time cost involved at our standard charge rates, unless other fee rates have been agreed. All invoices are due within 30 days of invoice date and we reserve the right to charge interest on all unpaid invoices, from the date of the invoice, at the prevailing statutory rates (which are currently 8% above base).
Returned cheques and standing orders will incur a charge equal to the bank charges we incur, plus £25 to reflect our time cost in dealing with the matter.
If our fees remain overdue, we may ask for payment in advance before we undertake any work, or we may significantly increase our fees to compensate us for the delay, time and costs incurred in chasing unpaid bills.
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