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E-invoicing Protects you Against Invoice Fraud

Posted 1 Apr

E-invoicing protects you against invoice fraud

Is your business using e-invoicing? It’s a fantastic way to protect yourself and your customers from invoice scams, and it can help you get paid faster. E-invoices replace emailed PDF invoices or links to online invoices. Instead, e-invoices are delivered securely to your clients accounting system.

Preventing invoice fraud

Invoice scams are surprisingly common, and can be quite sophisticated. For example, with intercepted invoices everything looks exactly right, but the bank account number has been altered. When it happens to you, your client thinks they’ve paid you, but the money has actually gone to a scammer. In the event of an invoice scam, it can be very difficult to get your money back.

E-invoicing prevents these types of scams because the invoices travel directly from one accounting or payment system to another. By directly connecting suppliers with their clients, there’s no opportunity for scammers to intercept the invoices.

Start sending and receiving e-invoices

We can help you set up your accounting software to send and receive e-invoices immediately. Get in touch with your WDF Professional team member to learn how to arm yourself against invoice fraud. Phone 02 6921 5444 or email accountants@wdf.com.au

Kimberley Butler

Accountant



As accountants based in Wagga Wagga, we don't just crunch numbers and put figures in boxes, we provide a carefully researched and tailored accounting solution that suits all of our clients.



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