- 4 May 2020
- Posted by: eyath-news
- Category: All News
Tomorrow, Tuesday, the offices for the service of consumers of EYATH will open in Aggelaki St., in the context of the partial lifting of the measures for the confrontation of the corona virus in our country.
The reopening of the offices will be done in compliance with the rules of hygiene and according to the instructions of the State, for both employees and consumers (it is recommended to use a mask and gloves, antiseptic solutions, plexiglass, thermometry, maximum compliance will be available) number of people within the store and per service post, while regular disinfections will be carried out).
To avoid overcrowding, as only one cash register will operate, consumers are advised to pay their bills to all banks via web banking with the electronic payment code (up to one month after the expiration date), electronically on the EYATH website with AKN or AKA code (up to one month after the expiration date) or by standing order (given to the cooperative bank at least 4 days before the end of the account, otherwise it will be valid for the payment of the next account).
It is also recalled that in general the payment of EYATH accounts can be done in more than 500 points throughout Thessaloniki:
- in all the stores of “DIAMANTIS MASOUTIS SA” with cash (except Attica and Andros) without any additional charge (up to one month after the expiration).
- in the shops and offices of ELTA (up to one month after the expiration).
- in all OPAP stores.
To submit questions or record requests, call 2310 966600 (11124 only for damage declaration).
It is recalled that EYATH, with the awareness of its Corporate Social Responsibility and for the protection of public health, closed its stores on March 16, operating with security personnel, strictly adhering to all health protocols for health care of its employees and giving absolute priority to water supply connections for the entire Thessaloniki Urban Complex. A new operating protocol was also drawn up and successfully tested for tomorrow’s restart, in the context of ensuring the health of workers and consumers.