Support Flood-Affected Customers QLD NSW

Dye & Durham Supports Flood-Affected Customers in QLD and NSW

Global technology company Dye & Durham is offering support to legal and conveyancing businesses that have been affected by the flooding in Queensland and Northern New South Wales.

Chief Customer Officer Rafe Berding said with continued rainfall and flood waters causing disruption and damage for Australians across Queensland and New South Wales, Dye & Durham have activated an assistance package for our affected clients, industry participants, and Australians.

“Dye & Durham wants to help ease the stress many displaced Australians and business owners are currently experiencing,” Mr Berding said. “We also know it's important to keep your files moving forward and maintain "business-as-usual" as much as possible for your customers during this time.” 

“Our assistance package gives Dye & Durham affected customers free digital conveyancing tools, conveyancing workflow and services during a time when this disaster is impacting many businesses operations.” 

For customers whose businesses have been affected this includes: 

  • Free unlimited VirtualVOI - enabling you to remotely verify the identity (VOI) of your clients.
  • Free unlimited SignMe - allowing you to electronically sign and send documents without the need to meet in person.
  • Free award-winning conveyancing workflow solution - Matter Centre (for up to 6 months)  

Practice & workflow solutions support

If you are a customer of one of our workflow or practice management solutions and need complimentary assistance with working remotely please call us on 1300 885 662.

Outsourced property settlement & PEXA services  

Dye & Durham can act on your behalf for property settlements anywhere in Australia as the leading provider for legal and conveyancing professionals of outsourced pre, post and settlement activities for paper and electronic settlements.

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