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  Reply # 939373 23-Nov-2013 07:10
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portunus: A fairly recent development is you can now pay these fines via internet banking which avoids the credit card surcharge. Paid my last fine this way with no problems.

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You mean Internet Banking, not Poli right?

(I can't believe Poli is still in business, still screen scraping online banking websites)

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  Reply # 939403 23-Nov-2013 09:40
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just wondering - Verified by Visa - that's ok and safe ... right?




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  Reply # 939516 23-Nov-2013 16:49
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joker97: just wondering - Verified by Visa - that's ok and safe ... right?


If you actually opted into it with your bank, yes.  Otherwise... wut.

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  Reply # 939521 23-Nov-2013 16:53
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I don't remember being given a choice to opt in our it wasn't made clear. I thought I had to be part of it. Maybe my bank doesn't givea choice but yes it's not phantom.




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  Reply # 939581 23-Nov-2013 18:15
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LOL @ 'bank' and 'choice' in the same sentence.

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  Reply # 939584 23-Nov-2013 18:23
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nate:
nickb800: AFAIK credit card online payments for fines is a recent development.


It's not.  I've been donating part of my salary for many years now to our fine boys in blue.  As longs as I can remember there's been a CC surcharge.


Sorry, brain fart, I meant NZTA stuff instead of fines

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  Reply # 939593 23-Nov-2013 19:27
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nickb800:
nate:
nickb800: AFAIK credit card online payments for fines is a recent development.


It's not.  I've been donating part of my salary for many years now to our fine boys in blue.  As longs as I can remember there's been a CC surcharge.


Sorry, brain fart, I meant NZTA stuff instead of fines


Ah no worries.  I am somewhat of a frequent flyer with the Police, pity they don't have an air points (not demerits) system... ;)

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  Reply # 939596 23-Nov-2013 19:38
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gundar: Everybodies whinning about banks fees and the government. The Police's ecommerce project is not a retail outlet, they have no competition. Their clients are literally breaking the law to be there, plastic in hand...


And how many laws does the average New Zealander break per day?

nate: Ah no worries.  I am somewhat of a frequent flyer with the Police, pity they don't have an air points (not demerits) system... ;)


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