Incompetance abounds at the InterNIC
Steven J. Sobol
sjsobol at nacs.net
Mon Jan 25 22:09:26 UTC 1999
On Mon, Jan 25, 1999 at 08:06:08AM -0500, Rich Sena wrote:
> > Third, the idea that it only takes minutes or a few days to process a
> > payment is wrong. It takes up to eleven business days to clear a check. A
> > week to mail, and a week to process is not unreasonable, which quickly adds
> > up to about 30 days. Credit card payments can take 60 days to clear, since
> > they can be refuted when it appears on your bill.
> Now you are getting ridiculous (surprise surprise) - you are arguing the
> 1% argument here - (here are some more straws in case you are running
> short). First - I would only accept credit card payment from individuals
> and then I would invoice accounts that can establish a line of credit (I
> would assume those that register and HAVE PAID for a volume of domains -
> the keys word there are HAVE PAID)
NetSol already maintains debit accounts for those people who choose to open
Steve Sobol sjsobol at nacs.net (AKA support at nacs.net and abuse at nacs.net)
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