I used to receive MONEY notifications on my phone and email which would stress me a lot.
1. Dear Client your loan repayment of UGX xxxx is due this week. Please ensure funds availability;
2. Dear Client your rent for May is overdue;
3. Dear Client you subscription to DSTV has been suspended due to non-payment;
4. Dear Client your local funds transfer is denied due to insufficient funds;
5. Dear Client you have insufficient funds to complete this transaction;
6. Your credit card payment of UGX xxx is due this week;
7. Daddy the Yaka meter is beeping again;
Once I restructured my finances the notifications became more friendly.
1. Dear Client your account has been credited with UGX xxxx from xxxx;
2. Dear Client your Treasury bill bid of UGX xxxx was successful;
3. Dear Client your invoice to xxxx of UGX xxx has been paid;
4. Dear Client your NSSF account has been credited with UGX xxxx for April;
5. Dear Client your account has been credited with interest of UGX xxx;
6. Dear Client, we acknowledge receipt of UGX xxx towards your insurance policy;
7. Dear Client, we acknowledge receipt of UGX xxx towards your unit trust account;
8. Dear Client your account has been credited with UGX xxx of dividends from xxxx;
9. Dear Client you are invited for an open day to review your investments;
10. Dear Client please find attached a contract note following the purchase of the 12-months note in this week’s treasury Bill auction. The 364-D cut-off interest rate increased from 11.401% to 11.600%. Thank you for entrusting us with your investment needs.
11. Dear Client please find your Investment Account Statement attached.
By ACTING on some of the ideas on this page ANYONE can begin to receive more of these notifications.