Count-Down of Silly Rules from the BBC2011 Contest – #15: Be wary of any business term with r-e-a-rBusiness rule for a mortgage company: When a 30-year term is selected, interest type must be ‘Interest in ARREARS’. BA documented: If 30 year term, interest type must be ‘Interest in the REAR’. Outcome: QA tested to requirements, so they passed it. Then it rolled to production –45 minutes later, Emergency Change!! (Acks to Christopher Heritage) ~~~~~~~~~~~~~ This reminds me of one of my all-time favorite silly rules … Major Insurance Company: “An accident shall not be considered a chargeable accident if the applicant demonstrates that the operator involved in the accident was struck in the rear…” Know or enjoy silly rules? See LinkedIn group Rules Say Must Not!
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