piperki (piperki) wrote in thequestionclub,

paying bills the early 20th century way

My son is going on a tour with a school group, arranged by a travel agency. They sent me a bill for the first installment. It has a place to fill in your credit card number and sign and a blank for "amount enclosed." But it does not have a return envelope, so if I want to mail it I get to locate an envelope and a stamp...and also there is no place on their website to pay online.

Of course I'm going to call them up and read them the credit card number over the phone, but I'm kind of surprised that a place handling this much $ is so clumsy in how they collect it. Do travel agencies normally not take online payments?
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