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Re: "Not controlled when printed."

Subject: Re: "Not controlled when printed."
From: Simon Pryce Arboriculture
Date: Oct 11 2019 14:03:02
One of my clients requires emailed invoices to be marked "DO NOT SCAN", no doubt to stop  multiple copies getting into circulation.  They've never paid twice for the same job, sometimes they need chasing to get paid once, so it obviously works.

However these days it's not much harder to alter a .pdf than an original WP doc and there is so much other fake stuff out there that I don't think that disclaimers like that are much protection any more.  All you can do is keep an original.  No one reads footers anyway.

Have a good weekend.



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