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Minimum Spend

To access Landmark’s ordering portal, a £20 +VAT minimum spend is applied to each customer account monthly.

If, in any given month, a customer’s spend does not exceed £20 +VAT, the difference between the customer’s spend and the £20 +VAT will be invoiced separately through ETSOS.

Should a customer’s spend exceed £20 +VAT, no additional charges apply.

Please be aware that due to the timing of monthly invoicing, there will be 1 month delay in receiving your minimum spend invoice. For example, the check for the amount spent in January is carried out and applied in February. This will be invoiced, along with other orders placed in February, at the beginning of March

Should you have any queries regarding Landmark’s minimum spend please do not hesitate to contact your Account Manager on 01524 220013

ETSOS quotation and referral system is helping us increase our revenue whilst cutting admin time, ultimately it is making us more profitable!   David Robinson – Partner, Cumbrian Properties

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