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During this incredibly challenging time, it is even more important to have reliable, trusted advisors around you.
We know that even at the best of times, buying equipment, property or undertaking any other financial transaction is stressful enough. We want to assure you that we are taking steps to safeguard this business, so we can continue to offer you the highest level of service during the coming weeks and months.
As a precautionary measure and to minimise the risk of exposure to you and our staff, Chase Finance has implemented its continuity plan. This means that we will be conducting the majority of our meetings remotely rather than face to face, and all staff will be able to work from home if they are required to isolate.
We have the appropriate technology to enable our staff to work with you on any finance transaction you may wish to pursue, and to maintain contact with you via email and phone.
If the Government does implement a stricter lockdown measure for businesses across Australia, all phone calls into the office (1300 137 045) will be redirected to our receptionist, who will ensure that your call is returned at the earliest possible time.
Chase Finance care about our clients, staff and associates, and the steps our team have undertaken will ensure our commitment to continue our high level of service will be maintained with as little interruption as possible.
Chase Finance is well and truly open for business and well-prepared to support and work with you during the COVID-19 situation.
If you have any queries or concerns, please don’t hesitate to contact us. We wish you and your family the very best during this uncertain time. Look after each other and stay safe.
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