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Custom receipt books are necessary for accurate record keeping. They provide both you and your customer with a copy of a transaction. To find out why you may need personalized receipt books, read on! Read More
Adams Write N Stick 2-Part Carbonless Receipts Book, 2.75L x 4.75W, 200 Forms/Book, Each (SC1152W

Adams Write 'N Stick 2-Part Carbonless Receipts Book, 2.75"L x 4.75"W, 200 Forms/Book, Each (SC1152WS)

Receipt book is consecutively numbered for easy organization
Business-form size: 2.75"L x 4.75"W
2-Part Carbonless forms for accurate record keeping
$14.99 Each
When you buy 6+
or
Item # 901-SC1152WS
Model # SC1152WS
Adams Write N Stick Receipt Book, 2.75L x 5.38W, 50/Pack (ABF DC2501WS)

Adams Write 'N Stick Receipt Book, 2.75"L x 5.38"W, 50/Pack (ABF DC2501WS)

Money and rent receipt book is consecutively numbered for easy organization
Size: 2.75"L x 5.38"W
Features a carbonless 2-part format that allows you to keep a permanent copy for your records
$5.99 Each
When you buy 3+
or
Item # 901-DC2501WS
Model # DC2501WS
Medical Receipt Books; Blank

Medical Receipt Books; Blank

Keep a permanent record of patient payments in chronological order
3-parts; parts one & two are perforated, part three remains in book as permanent record
Includes insert to prevent write-through
$25.99 Book
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or
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Item # 901-MRB109NI
Model #
SS,856
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What Are Custom Receipt Books?

Custom receipt books make it simple to provide customers and yourself with a record of all sales. Simply keep the original receipt and tear off the duplicate copy for your customers’ convenience.

Custom receipt books are used by businesses every day during the transactions for buyers and sellers. They have a duplicate canary copy as a permanent, carbonless record of every transaction. Carbonless copy paper transfers information so you don’t need to fill out multiple copies. Provide better customer service with custom sales receipt books so customers can take home itemized receipts for payments made.

What Are the Benefits of Printed Receipt Books?

Unlike electronic records, personalized receipt books are difficult to alter and provide hard copies with handwritten signatures. You can minimize fake receipts with business receipt books.

To prevent confusion when customers are shopping, mark items as sold by using business receipt books. Receipt books with multiple sales receipts per page let you quickly keep track of hourly and daily sales numbers, while still providing customers with the receipts they need for their records.

Carbonless receipt books reduce paperwork and make sure there are no extra unwanted copies that contain personal information. The custom receipt books have a top copy lined with a repositionable glue adhesive that sticks to most surfaces. This can be used to attach a customer's copy directly to the items being sold.

What Information Do Personalized Receipt Books Record?

Business receipt books are used to record the details of the sale such as:

  • The description of the item sold.
  • The amount charged.
  • The date.
  • The purchaser's name.
  • The seller’s name and contact information.
  • Specific terms related to the sale.
  • Any other information about the sale.

What Are Business Receipt Books Used For?

Custom receipt books can be used for just about any business transaction from small to large goods. You can use any pencil, ballpoint, or gel pen on carbon paper. Essentially, all kinds of pens that can put enough pressure on the carbon paper would work for writing on and signing on a custom sales receipt book. Listed below are just a few examples of where custom sales receipt books are commonly used:

  • Used in the medical sector to keep a permanent record of patients' payments.
  • Food and restaurant sales.
  • Yard or estate sales.
  • Local and small business transactions.
  • Retail and merchandising sales.
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