Suzie Controller* states that she doesn’t want to participate in any payment initiative for any high dollar amount transactions due to the merchant fees for those transactions and rather than setting a dollar limit per transaction, she would prefer to not participate at all. She did state though that credit card payments could be made online. To pay by credit card you must go to http://www.cityofthefuckingstupid.org/*.
WIDTS: So you don’t want to participate due to the fees you’re going to be charged anyway when I decide to make my payment online? If it makes sense to a government employee, it has to be logical to everyone else, right?
Does anyone else see why government-think is a retarded state of mind?
*names & identifying information has been changed to protect the guilty and to increase the hilarity.
I was hoping to speak to someone regarding a change by [redacted] to Credit Card payment for our Staffing Services. Our preferred method of payment is ACH. There would be a 6% increase in services rendered in order to process via Credit Card.
WIDTS: So you’re going to give me 6% MORE employees when I pay you with a credit card? So if I hire 50, I get 3 free?
We work with a number of companies in calling their suppliers to let them know that their customer would like to pay them via an automated credit card payment. We send the suppliers an email with the form that they need to fill out in order to enroll in the automated payments program.
Here is a question that one of the agents asked me today:
Agent: So this supplier wants us to send them a digital copy of the enrollment form.
Me: So they didn’t get the original email?
Agent: No, they got it, they just want a digital copy of the enrollment form.
Question posted on a popular Q&A site: My chase debit card won’t work? I had gotten a chase debit card about a week or two ago, and I have been using it for all my daily purchases (gas, groceries, etc.), and I had tried using it at the gas station today, only to get it declined. I just deposited money into my account, so why is it saying I have insufficient funds?
WIDTS: I am not a Chase Employee, but currently off work. If you would like to give me your account info, I promise I will get to the bottom of this obviously retarded tragic situation and get back to you ASAP.