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Refer Now To Earn £150 Per Referral

The More You Refer The More We Reward You

  • Earn £150 for each person you refer

  • We are offering £150 per referral for anyone you send over and who signs up to our monthly services 

  • There's no limit to the amount you can earn, so what are you waiting for? 

 

REFER YOUR FRIENDS TO ORANGE GENIE ACCOUNTANCY 

If you are impressed with our service and value the support we offer you, we would love you to spread the word to your friends and colleagues who you think may also benefit from our help. As a valued Professional or Professional Plus client of Orange Genie Accountancy we will thank you for introducing your friends by rewarding you with a £150 incentive for every client you refer that signs up to our service.

How Do You Refer To Us?

To help your friends and colleagues benefit from our excellent service and support, please:

  • Contact your accountant by either phone or email

  • Tell your accountant about your friend

  • Remind your friend to tell us you referred them.

Alternatively, please fill out the below form. Remember to make sure your friend is expecting a call from us. The more friends you refer, the more you can earn!T&C’s apply

Click below to start referring, or call us for more information: 01296 468 185

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