THE National Bank has introduced a new pay-in slip. It has built-in carbon. So when you write on the top page, a copy is supposed to appear automatically on the page beneath it. The new pay-in slip has many drawbacks.

First, in the box for day, month and year, you are called upon to do overwriting because of the printed matter already there. Second, the impression on the carbon copy is poor.

Third, it is all loose sheets, and not a booklet, as was previously the case. This makes systematic record keeping for quick reference difficult.

I have a suggestion: either devise a new pay-in slip, or bring back the old booklet form.

Give the NBP customer a choice to use one of the two pay-in slips.

SAMEENA YASSIN Karachi

Updated Jun 27, 2012 12:03am

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MAHMOODAMINHAS
Jun 27, 2012 03:19pm
The National Bank has made Pay in slip which is at present commonly used in other commercial banks so there is no need to be revised