Vote to close credit card processing accounts.
seanegan at gmail.com
Sun Apr 24 19:48:46 EDT 2011
Voting is now open for this issue. At Ethan's request, I'll re-word it
slightly to make it all official-sounding :)
(the original wording seemed non-controversial, but please object if
anyone takes issue to a last-minute change).
WHEREAS in their first board meeting the board of directors of Instant
Messaging Freedom, Inc. voted to open credit-card processing accounts
with Pinnacle Processing Group and Authorize.net to accept credit card
payments for donations; and
WHEREAS to date, Instant Messaging Freedom, Inc. has not processed a
single such payment; and
WHEREAS these accounts cost $30 a month ($25 to Pinnacle and $5 to
Authorize.net) in service charges;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Board of Directors of Instant
Messaging Freedom, Inc. that Instant Messaging Freedom, Inc. shall
cancel its accounts with Pinnacle Processing Group and Authorize.net
On Fri, Apr 15, 2011 at 6:54 PM, Ethan Blanton <elb at pidgin.im> wrote:
> Evan Schoenberg, M.D. spake unto us the following wisdom:
>> On Apr 15, 2011, at 5:06 PM, Sean Egan wrote:
>> > In our very first board meeting, we decided to open credit-card
>> > processing accounts with Pinnacle Processing Group and Authorize.net
>> > to accept credit card payments for donations. To date, we have not
>> > processed a single such payment, but have been paying $30/mo ($25 to
>> > Pinnacle and $5 to Authorize.net) in service charges . I propose a
>> > vote to cancel these accounts. If there are no objections/amendments,
>> > we can begin voting April 23rd. I will send out another e-mail then.
>> > Proposal:
>> > Shall IM Freedom Inc. cancel its accounts with Pinnacle Processing
>> > Group and Authorize.net?
>> In keeping with apparent tradition of voting before voting is open:
> Yeah, that's my fault. Hilariously, the minutes on record a couple of
> years ago record me reminding everyone we have to do that.
> I think we should actually have a proposition which can actually be
> voted 'yea' or 'nay', actually. The above isn't really so much a
> 'proposal' as a 'question'. I think you can only confuse those terms
> where marriage is involved.
> However it works out, I'm going to vote to not spend money on
> something we're not using whenever I'm actually allowed to do that.
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