I checked in to the hotel on Sunday, May 22. Although the conference, which included food as well as the room, was paid for by my office, I was required to provide a credit card, in case I made incidental purchases, such as long-distance phone calls or pay-per-view movies. Oddly, only some of us were asked for our credit cards; it appears that it very much depended on who was at the front desk at checkout.
I checked out of the hotel on Wednesday, May 25, incidentally with no incidental expenses. I went home Continue reading “Si, My Credit Card; No, Not My Purchases”