I finally received my bank statement andgreenspun.com : LUSENET : TimeBomb 2000 (Y2000) : One Thread
found no problems. My Federal salary direct deposit was credited correctly, the survivor benefit for my child was credited correctly, the automatic billing for the utility bill was billed correctly and I saw no glitches. I was pleased and a little surprised. This also means that the Federal FMIS system that processes payroll and Federal checks is working at least for now. There is a new charge of $18 per month for an advantage account that I did not order and do not know what it is, but other than that, no complaints.
This major national bank appears to have done adequate preparation and I commend them for their efforts.
-- Tom (Tom@servus.gom), January 16, 2000
Thank you for coming forward! It is nice to know that I am not alone with my experiences so far!!!
-- King of Spain (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 16, 2000.
KOS Wanna mud wrestle?
-- cindaralla (Cindy@hot.com), January 16, 2000.
Yep, I have my direct deposit at Wachovia, my employer drafts payroll at Nation's Bank. I am pleased to see that I have had no delays or errors in my account, despite my employer's concern that payroll would be adversely effected by y2k.
-- Hokie (Hokie_@hotmail.com), January 16, 2000.
FWIW, I received my two credit card bills over the weekend; both were exactly as expected, no problems. As of now on my end, not one Y2K problem has yet surfaced in terms of either payments or bills from local utilities or elsewhere; all had closing dates from the past two weeks. So yay, I guess. ;-)
-- Ned Raggett (email@example.com), January 16, 2000.
This sounds like polly spin to me.
-- (firstname.lastname@example.org), January 17, 2000.
I'm also happy to report that my paycheck was direct-deposited on time and for the right amount, and all of my bills are in order. (I was kinda hoping that this Y2K thing would make Visa lose my records or wipe out my debt, but alas, that hope was for naught.
It's nice to see people post GOOD news here now and then, BTW. Helps keep things in perspective.
-- *Rochelle :) (email@example.com), January 17, 2000.