Bruno, Maria
January 2002
Bank Technology News;Jan2002, Vol. 15 Issue 1, p1
Trade Publication
Reports on a projected increase in electronic bill payments in the United States in the wake of threats of anthrax terrorist attacks. Percentage of consumers that either enrolled to pay bills online or have increased the number of bills they already pay online; Impact of mail delivery delays on business; Introduction of legislation to waive late fees for people whose mail was delayed due to anthrax or similar scares. INSET: Some relief!.


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