.That doesn't necessarily mean that the person keying in the check had access to the due notice. I'm not sure how it works with credit card payments, but I used to work for a place that processed tax returns. The returns were separated from the checks, with tracking numbers placed on each. The person who keyed the check wasn't the same person who keyed the return, and neither could view the other. So, why did they ask me how much I am paying on the due notice slip? Naturally I didn't fill in the amount, figuring they could read their own type. ed
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