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Aren't you tired of all these renewal reminders?

You are probably getting tired of receiving all these reminders plus the expiration notice. Worst of all, the paper work increases our cost of delivering the superior service you desire.

S.O.S. has a solution. The Service On Schedule program. $25/month payments are made by bank draft or credit card debit.

With Service On Schedule you can forget:

Repeated renewal notices
Large, unplanned renewal payments
Prepaying for services not yet received
Hassle and costs of check writing, mailing and postage



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