Re: Using Kermit-95 to emulate a VT320
- From: Jan-Erik Soderholm <jan-erik.soderholm@xxxxxxxxx>
- Date: Sat, 03 Jul 2010 16:03:41 +0200
On 2010-07-03 15:32, Richard B. Gilbert wrote:
Paul Sture wrote:In article <kdidndrMiJZfXLbRnZ2dnUVZ_hWdnZ2d@xxxxxxxxxxxx>,
"Richard B. Gilbert" <rgilbert88@xxxxxxxxxxx> wrote:
Quicken keeps my checking account in order as well as writing my checks.
A man has to pay his bills somehow!
Don't you have internet banking over there ?
What has bills to do with checks *today* ??
I've been writing checks, or having
my computer print them out,
You *are* joking, right ?
That just can't be true...
for something like 50 years now. I'm used to
it and my creditors don't seem to have any problem with it.
I just checked and most banks in Sweden charges well over $10 USD
just to check-in *one* of those old paper checks. That is if you are
a customer at the same bank, if not that charge aprox $20 USD.
And that is for *each* check, you do the math if you have more
then one with you to the bank office...
It would be absolutely impossible to get someone to accept
a check as payment over here !
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