Increase the number of receipts, invoices, and other payment items. You are slowly getting lost in it and you do not know how to get out of it effectively. There are many options for payment methods for receivables, but they are increasingly popular, and among the modern methods is payment by SIPO. What does this abbreviation actually mean? This is an intensive collection of payments for the population. This service is provided by Czech post and you can also arrange this service. The operation of the SIPO system is very simple. If you want to join many other residents who pay their bills in this way, just fill out a simple form at any post office. If you do not have time to spend in the post office, you can also fill out this form on the web. Based on this, a temporary connection number is issued. It helps to identify within the system and is always tied to a particular person. The connection number is handed over to the subject to which the citizen pays a certain amount.
Benefits of SIPO
The biggest advantage of SIPO is that payments are made without any concern for citizens. The system downloads them and sends them to relevant entities such as power plants, gas plants and presses. Therefore, these are regular payments, which are always withdrawn on time and in the right amount. Another big advantage is that you can combine payments into 1. This is a great financial savings on fees for individual payments.
How to pay through SIPO
Even payment through the SIPO system can be made in several ways. The easiest way is direct debit from your bank account. This means that the system will automatically withdraw payments from your account. A minor drawback is that you lose track of your payments. You can limit it to a certain amount, but if you exceed this amount, the bank will not send money. In this way, for example, you can avoid double payments in the SIPO system, but this should not happen. But it\’s just a system, and sometimes it doesn\’t work. But if a citizen does not want this automatic withdrawal, he can make a payment at any branch of the Czech Post that you have on hand.