You have reached this page because you have received an invoice from us, potentially related to an advertisment we published for your company in our “Hartley News” newsletter. We hope this page will clarify any questions you may have. If you require further clarification, please email our Treasurer at this email address: email@example.com
When to pay a HADRA Invoice
Under normal circumstances, payment to HADRA should be made within 30 days of the invoice date.
If however your invoices have previously become overdue and we have had to chase payments from you, then the payment terms will be set to “on receipt of invoice”, which means payment is expected immediately.
In either case, the payment due date will clearly be shown on the invoice. This is the last date that payment should reach our account. Payments can of course be made before the due date is reached.
Once the due date has been exceeded, payments are considered to be “overdue” and our accounting software will be triggered to start sending you automatic reminder messages. You can also expect a call from our Treasurer pretty soon after this happens too!
How to pay a HADRA invoice
There are two main options when paying an invoice; these are payment by cheque, or payment by bank transfer.
Cheques should be made payable to “HADRA” and sent to the address specified on the invoice.
The easiest way to pay an invoice is to pay by bank transfer. Please use the following bank details when sending us payments:
Account name : HADRA Sort Code : 23-05-80 (Metro Bank) Account number: 41022558 Reference : Your invoice number
Terms & Conditions
Unless stated otherwise on the invoice, payment should reach us within 30 days of the invoice date.
All payments due must be made in full, without any deduction or withholding except as required by law and neither of us can assert any credit, set-off or counter-claim against the other in order to justify withholding payment of any such amount, in whole or in part.
Receipts for payment will be issued by us only at your request.
All payments made must be made in British Pounds (Sterling) unless agreed in writing between us.