On Tue, 12 Aug 2008 18:43:34 -0400
"William L. Thomson Jr." <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> On Sat, 2008-08-02 at 07:55 -0500, gibbonsr-ml@...
> > Another option, that might be fit our role more is some direct or online
> > banking. ING.com is one of the biggest ones. Capital One is another one
> > but I don't care for them as a company .. personal preference. That
> > would get by the problem of having to be close by.
> Looks like Capital One is a winner. We only have to provide them with
> whom ever we want on file as authorized signers. We do not have to put
> on file all officers. No one has to go to NM, or anything physical.
> Because they offer direct bank accounts, accessed purely online.
Now, that is great news. Thanks for all the effort you've put in on
> Someone does have to open the account by providing personal information.
> Followed by the Foundations info, EIN, address, etc. From there we can
> change authorized signers by sending in a letter requesting such. Only
> hard part will be priming the account, but otherwise. We should be able
> to proceed with them.
Clearly, I think, the treasurer needs signature authority and should
probably open the account. I think we should have at least 2 with such
authority. Any officer or trustee can serve for the second (or third
or however many we want).
I don't really want signature authority. But I'll take it if that's
what it takes to move forward. I can even open the account if no one
else wants to, but if so, I'll need the personal information for other
signatories and access to funds to get us started.
> No idea on fees, etc. That stuff is pretty moot to me. Since we really
> have no others to shop around or compare on. I can check a few others,
> but really getting tired of spinning wheels. I just assume bite the
> bullet and go with Capital One. Till we have reason to go or look else
> William L. Thomson Jr.
> Gentoo Foundation
Ferris McCormick (P44646, MI) <email@example.com>
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