Due to an ongoing weirdness in Millennium, the bills for items that we’ve purchased in the last year or so show up as the price that we paid for them, instead of $65. So when a person loses an item and needs to pay for it, their bill will say “25.99″ or whatever instead of $65. What do we do in this situation?
Well! Let me tell you. Do not charge them the price that it says, because they really do need to pay $65. What you’ll need to do is grab a calculator, figure out what the difference between the stated price and $65 is, and add that amount onto their Millennium account as a manual fine. (Please ask me if you don’t know how to do this.) When they pay, check off both the manual fine and the fee that Millennium automatically generates, which will make their bill total $65. Also add an x-note into their account about what you’ve done, so if any future circ workers have questions about what went on, they’ll have some clarification.
If you have any questions, feel free to ask me! Thanks,