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Western Pest Services Launches Customer Portal

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Portal will allow customers to access to account information, company says.

| August 3, 2012

PARSIPPANY, N.J. - In an effort to continue customer satisfaction, Western Pest Services has launched an online company portal, the company announced. 

The new portal will allow customers to have access to their account information, with online payment options, access to service history and account details, the company said.

Western said it has built its reputation by being dedicated to customer satisfaction, and an online customer portal made sense in an increasingly digital world. The primary advantage of the online portal is the access to account information by customers, the firm said. Access is available 24/7

For more information, visit WesternPest.com.

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