[LINK] Want Bills by Snail Mail? It Might Cost You Money
Thu, 31 Oct 2002 08:31:24 +1100
At 09:08 AM 30/10/02 +1000, Ann Moffatt wrote:
>i know this reduces cost for business & govt etc but i do worry that its
>the poor, old & illiterate that often aren't on the net that will suffer.
>if enterprises really do start imposing financial penalties for not
>dealing on-line, hopefully welfare agencies will compensate those who are
I used to get charged a $1 for receiving a bill by paper, but that charge
has recently dropped [dingoblue; still use them for mobile]. Maybe they
were told to knock it off. The choice was to get the bill by email or in
paper. I decided paper was less arguable if required. But I do pay most
bills by online BPay or direct debit.
Melbourne, Victoria, Australia
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