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Has anyone tried it? Link is here.

It looks like a decent enough product. I use Easycert at the minute which I like but to do a cert I need to use a Windoze PC [which I hate] (it has a mobile version which I find carp).

Electraform is £1 a certificate, which looks cheap on the face of it but that's gonna add up very quickly.
 

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Electraform is £1 a certificate, which looks cheap on the face of it but that's gonna add up very quickly.
Same as NICEIC charging £1 per cert then notification fees if required on top. I could use generics but find it nice and quick to load up the niceic app on the ipad.
 
Would this be much quicker than using the NICEIC online cert website?
Wondering what the benefits are, we have a lot of EICRs coming in at the minute.
Is it only beneficial if you fill it in onsite as you are testing?
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