Another week continuing the features of the previous. More work done on these tables, though they’re more or less finished, another VR supervision at the Makerspace, and more time spent on arguments with the bureaucrats in companies, this time a credit card provider.
This is an interesting one, local banks here are charging “overseas transaction fees” on PayPal purchases, when PayPal has handled the international side of things, and issued a charge in local currency, from their local subsidiary. At the moment the case is with the Financial Industry Ombudsman’s Service, for which I had to put together a 24 page report with supporting documents etc.
All this for less than $4, which has already been refunded to me. Fighting fights because they have to be fought, even for no benefit on my part, seems to be a pattern in my life.
The week ended on a high note – Noosa Library Service has offered to formally extend my position of Artist In Residence indefinitely. It’s not a high paying gig, just a small stipend to cover my expenses, but it’s an appointment to a formal position, nonetheless.