B52 wrote:MW said...It would appear that the unique numbering system that Bulgarians are required to know by heart is a digit longer (or possible shorter) than the personal I.D. number printed on our 'foreigner' cards
You don't offer any insight as to how long the number is that you have on your card.
I thought that it was the 10 digit LNCh that was originally generated at the time that your LTRC was created (if you ever had one of those white cards), in which case you shouldn't have any problem as it is essentially the same as Bulgarian citizens' id's. We've never had a problem.
"Doctor said the numbers are wrong on the cards. Just when one thinks its all sorted".
Does this mean we all have an incorrect number? Mine only has 9 digits like MW.
loads of Bulgarian computer systems will reject it as being invalid
B52 wrote:Someone whom I can’t determine said…Does this mean we all have an incorrect number? Mine only has 9 digits like MW.
Of course MW might mean someone completely different but if it is “the person usually referred to as MW”, he said that he had a 10 digit number (assuming they are male).
HenryKelly said…loads of Bulgarian computer systems will reject it as being invalid
There are probably not “loads of ... computer systems" in Bulgaria. It is recognised by NAP and KAT and most other government-oriented institutions (you know, the people who issue it).
It is not recognised by computers at Mtel, Vivacom, Global, Bulsatcom, banks etc as being a valid personal number.
B52 wrote:HenryKelly said...It is not recognised by computers at Mtel, Vivacom, Global, Bulsatcom, banks etc as being a valid personal number.
Well, they might not accept yours but they accept ours. In fact, if you (we) want a contract with Global, it is the only number that they will accept. FI Bank and CCB also accept it. MTel now use ours although they were quite happy using the 4 digit number on the LTRC (white card) originally. Bulsatcom use it on our contract.
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