A Japanese investor in his 60s told Kyodo News that MRI had assured him of the "absolute safety" of his funds as they were to be managed in a lock box
Wouldn't you be better off just putting your vital information in a real lock box
in a bank vault somewhere?
Another form of a lock box
, the one used by CCF, has envelopes going to an outsourced agency that deposits the money in the organization's domiciled bank.
Many practices resist the use of a lock box
because of loss of control and previous poor experiences.
Many US firms have lock boxes
in Canadian banks to receive and convert Canadian checks into US dollars.
Packstation is a self-service kiosk equipped with lock boxes
that is available around the clock.
With the number of Americans on Medicare expected to double in the next 35 years, Al Gore has stepped up and taken responsibility by proposing a Medicare Lock Box
that would insure Medicare surpluses are used for Medicare--and not for pork barrel spending or tax giveaways.
Ashcroft touted his sponsorship of a so-called "lock box
" and pledged to extend the concept to Medicare.
For additional information, contact: Jennifer Blanck, DCCA, One Galleria Tower, Suite 1940,13355 Noel Road, Lock Box
39, Dallas, TX 752406613; or call at (972) 386-9545, fax (972) 386-9547; or e-mail: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Supra, a 42-year-old company that invented the real estate lock box
, already boasts it built 85% of the electronic lock boxes
hanging on doors across America.
The village processed the billing in-house and issued postcard-type water bills, while a lock box
facility was used to receive bill payments.
Ogilvie: For one, with the emergence of online electronic services, many banks are making it possible to review - from your office computer - your association's accounts throughout the day to see what checks have cleared, what's outstanding, how much money has come in through your lock box
, and so forth so that you can manage your cash very efficiently.