On Fri, Oct 04, 2002 at 04:27:37 +0100, kevin lyda wrote:
> On Fri, Oct 04, 2002 at 04:13:48PM +0100, Justin Mason wrote:
> > Just wondering: has anyone here worked contract for a US company?
> > How did you handle payment? Paypal, or what? And if Paypal,
> > did you have to set up a UK bank account to receive deposits?
> > They don't seem to want to deposit to Irish banks. :(
>> ask for a check. (yes, that's how it's spelled there.)
>> as far as paying directly to a bank, i really don't see how it's
> more complex to pay to an irish bank then it is to pay to a uk one.
> i've transfered money from us banks to irish ones with little hassle.
I've had hassle with USians trying to transfer money to banks, some
story about the US bank would only do it if the Irish bank had a branch
in their state if I recall correctly, sounded odd to me at the time,
but cheques work fine, except for the hassle of endlessly having to go
out to middle of nowhere DHL etc depots because you're not there when
the cheque arrives.
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