From: Jay R. Ashworth (no email)
Date: Mon Mar 30 1998 - 22:27:54 EST
On Tue, Mar 31, 1998 at 12:23:02AM +0000, Michael Shields wrote:
> In article <>,
> Michael Dillon <> wrote:
> > That would mean that the NSF (your tax dollars) would have to pay for
> > doling out many, many small checks or else the fund itself would pay for
> > the issuing of checks thereby reducing a meagre refund to a measly refund.
> Last year I wrote NSI a check for $50. I should be able to renew it
> for $20 -- the correct price of $35 minus the $15 they overcharged me.
Damn, no one reads.
_Listen up, people_.
NSI was charging $35, _plus the $15 the government told them to, by
contract_. Someone bitched, the government, _who were GETTING that
$15_, changed the instructions. NSI stopped charging the extra $15.
NSI don't owe anyone shit...
although, of course, that _is_ what we get from them. :-)
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