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Massey Services Introduces iPhone App

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"My Massey" allows customers to make payments, check upcoming appointments, and more.

| September 12, 2012

ORLANDO, Fla. - Massey Services announced the launch of its new My Massey app, available for iPhone and iPad, which allows Massey customers to manage accounts.

The app allows Massey customers to make payments, check upcoming appointments, submit service requests, review service history and check account balances, the company said. 

"We listened to our customers feedback and developed a tool that provided an easier, more convenient way for them to manage their account," said Tony Massey, president and COO. "At Massey, we are committed to innovation and creativity to produce more efficient and effective options for our customers. This is another example of how we strive to exceed our customers' expectations."

The free app is available in Apple's online App Store. Massey team members have been provided with collateral materials that provide customers quick access to the app.

 

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