Fusion Website Goes Mobile

The latest statistics on mobile devices are quite astonishing. Close to 85% of mobile devices will be web enabled this year.  Searches from mobile devices have grown 400% in the last year alone.

In response to this, Fusion is proud to announce the launch of a new ‘mobile friendly’ version of our website which has been designed to be simple and easy to interact with from the screen of your favourite mobile device.  With full website search capability and a ‘call now’ button, our new website is designed to add value to our clients and contacts alike.

We would love to hear your feedback on what you think of the site and any features you like or think we need to add. We’re in the process of working on some new technologies to further value add to our clients that we’re looking forward to launching later this year.

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NOTICE: Regarding Unsolicited Emails

We have recently learned of unsolicited emails that are being sent out, claiming to be “Fusion Financial Services” which typically contain the subject line “Invoice Is Ready For [Insert Name].

While the sender may appear to be The Fusion Group, we want to confirm that this is not the case. The email includes a virus in the form of a Word document, claiming to be an invoice from Fusion. In the event that you receive an email that fits this description, close the message immediately and report it as spam.

Thank you,
The Fusion Group

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