is it that simple? or?
On Mon, 16 Aug 1999, Ted Beckwith wrote:
> While it's true that Emerald can't enforce the format, it is Emerald
> (and not ICVerify) that can allow me to use expiration dates that follow
> an established format in our database.
> Surely you have recieved dozens of complaints with regards to this
> issue. (I personally wasted 30 minutes of your support staff's time on
> the phone today, not to mention the time it will take to reverse the
> expiration dates in our database). Why not just create a "fix", as I
> have suggested above, by adding a new CC Batch format that would that
> would flip MMYY to YYMM?
> I didn't hear from any other ISPs about what they have done to solve
> this problem. I can't believe everyone using ICVerify has to enter exp.
> dates in the Emerald database in a YYMM format.
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