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NZ Tax Refunds the first to pay out 2014 tax refunds

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NZ Tax Refunds the first to pay out 2014 tax refunds


Those who have requested a tax refund through NZ Tax Refunds new mobile app have now started to receive their 2014 tax refunds. For the sixth year running NZ Tax Refund’s customers are the first in New Zealand to receive their refunds.

“NZ Tax Refund’s leading mobile app technology allows us to process customer tax refund requests in real time and then quickly get refunds paid out faster than anyone else”, said Chris Cameron, NZ Tax Refunds Chief Marketing Officer.

In response to customer demands NZ Tax Refunds invested in innovative technology, being agile and providing good customer service.

“The result is we’re the first to repay so that’s a big WooHoo to us for being the fastest in getting your own money back to you”, said Mr Cameron.


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