[arin-discuss] ARIN billing practice

Joel Jaeggli joelja at bogus.com
Mon Sep 21 15:55:55 EDT 2009

I've worked for a few large corporations and several times I found it
necessary to expense our annual fees in order to attend the ARIN
meeting. notwithstanding how accounts payable works in a company with
100,000 people the lights don't turn off immediately when the arin bill
doesn't get payed, so like bill I wouldn't make assumptions about who
isn't paying their ARIN invoice.

Bill Woodcock wrote:
>     > There is also a much simpler change:   ARIN could refuse allocations to
>     > people who are known bad payers.  This will chop him off at the knees.
> I think you guys are _radically_ underestimating the willingness and 
> ability of bad actors to do paperwork and pay fees.  If you talk to Google 
> Apps folks, you'll get a ver different story, for example.
>                                 -Bill
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