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Utility Bill Auditing Service Reduces Utility Costs For Truck Drivers: Update

Premium expense cutting platform Recession Resister has updated its utility bill auditing tool to help reduce financial waste for truck drivers.

With this newly announced service now in place, Recession Resister aims to help truck drivers across the nation who are facing increasing pressure to better manage cash flow minimize their monthly expenses.

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Recognizing the financial challenges unique to the trucking industry, Recession Resister - an innovative platform specializing in utility bill cost-cutting measures - has tailored new solutions to reduce financial waste for truck drivers. Their mission is to empower every consumer to take control of their finances by ensuring they are not overpaying for essential services.

“At Recession Resister, we understand the importance of financial efficiencies, especially for truck drivers whose payment terms are not always monthly or bi-weekly,” says a company spokesperson. “Our platform is designed to minimize monthly expenses, taking the hassle out of bill management and allowing truck drivers to focus on what they do best while we handle the rest.”

With a combination of their flagship Bill Saver technology and a team of seasoned negotiation experts, Recession Resister aims to revolutionize the way individuals manage their monthly bills, from utilities to television, internet, mobile, satellite, electricity, and security.

The service automatically scans paid invoices on behalf of the consumer to identify errors, obsolete fees, unnecessary charges, and overblown service rates. Overages are then refunded to the customer while service rates are renegotiated.

If the service provider is unwilling to match the regional market rate, Recession Resister can automatically switch their customer to a more cost-efficient provider without interrupting the household services they receive.

Resister has to date saved more than $1 million in overblown rates for US consumers living in deregulated energy markets.

In addition, the service saves consumers the time they’d be required to devote to combing through months of paid invoices, contacting their providers, and attempting to secure both refunds and better-contracted rates.

There are no upfront fees for these services. Instead, Recession Resister charges their clients 50 percent of the savings they secure.

Beyond the trucking industry, Recession Resister’s services can benefit anyone looking to streamline expenses and eliminate financial waste, helping individuals take control of their financial futures by potentially saving thousands in unseen overpayments.

A recent customer said: “Between my mom and I, we uploaded eight bills. In about a year or so Recession Resister saved us over $2,500. Before Recession Resister, we didn’t even know we were getting overcharged.”

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Contact Info:
Name: Brian Richards
Email: Send Email
Organization: Recession Resister
Address: 11923 NE Sumner St STE 687470, Portland, Oregon 97220, United States

Source: PressCable

Release ID: 89130530

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