Yes, for some reason I do.
In case I want to look back over them.
I file them all and sometimes I DO need to look back at them.
I know it is a waste of paper but the important ones I would prefer to have a hard copy and if they send you one online, thereby saving THEM the postage and paper etc, I would probably print it out anyway and mark it paid, with the date, so they might as well post it!
I don't. I only go to the bank or ask for a print out if its absolutely necessary. My bills are sent to my email or I can log on to the company website to view. I never lose track of them and iys works best for me.
Thoroughly agree, having been through the nightmare of cryptolocker over the weekend. It was a very professionally presented electricity bill, and although I had junked a number previously, I was hooked by the enormity of the amount so wanted to know why. Thanks goodness for backups. Up to this point in time, we were intending to go paperless for tax matters in future.
Call me old-fashioned if you wish,but I do like to receive my bills/accounts in the post , I am not the most computer-literate human on the planet,so this works best for me,and I can access WHAT ever I want,WHENever I need to!! I do not have a huge number of these anyway,so the amount of paper used is negligible!! The flow-on in employment is another thing I think about! I am saddened immensely by the number of jobs which have been cut by the Post Office and other services and I don't like to think of the number of families which now are struggling due to these events. Computers definitely have changed the world as we knew it,and a lot for the better;but this does not mean we all have to follow like sheep!!!
I don't at the moment but I am certainly well determined that I will in the future. And anyway…….it is much quicker for me to look up bills that are filed under Elec. or Gas or Rates etc. and have the Bill next to me when spending hours on the phone in the instance of enquiry as to amount etc. Computers have done so many marvellous things for the world and yet, I never trust what is not in my hand. Don't know why