AccountingWEB v. the Miami-Dade County Traffic Violations Department
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People who pay parking violations by credit card to the Miami-Dade County Traffic Violations Department now see "Accountingweb" on their credit card statements.
"We do what we can to get our name out there in front of people," said Rob Nance, AccountingWEB publisher. AccountingWEB is an online daily news magazine for members of the accounting profession. "We're having a membership drive," Nance continued.
A person who might work for the Miami-Dade County Traffic Violations Department and who wishes to remain anonymous stated, "We really like AccountingWEB and want to help publicize the site in any way possible."
AccountingWEB and the traffic authorities want to make it clear to anyone violating or considering violation of Miami-area parking laws that all traffic violation money goes to the proper coffers of Miami-Dade County and no funds are being siphoned off for the betterment of AccountingWEB.
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