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nick2008's avatar

Is there any method other than check payment to pay off my credit card bills?

Asked by nick2008 (15points) December 5th, 2008
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Spargett's avatar

Yes, most credit cards allow you to link a checking or savings account of your choice. Then you simply transfer the amount you’d like between the two.

JoeyDesignsStuff's avatar

I don’t know which card you’ve got, but mine have online interfaces where I pay with a bank account like Spargett explained.

Snoopy's avatar

Once I started adding up how much I was paying for postage each year….I started paying bills w/ credit cards and paying credit card bills online w/ links to my checking account.

It is so easy. Saves time, money, hassle and effort. It also allows less human eyeballs to have contact w/ your financial info as noone needs to open the mail and process your checking account number into their system manually.

Kiev749's avatar

online paymnents are amazing.

hearkat's avatar

I write less than 10 checks a year! Rent, car payment, credit cards, cell phone, and car insurance are all online – and most are automatic, so I don’t miss due dates. My paycheck and tax refunds are all direct deposit.


laureth's avatar

Some credit cards will also let you shift the balance to another credit card, and while this seems counterproductive, I know someone who kept doing this back and forth for a while while he was broke.

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hearkat's avatar

I had to “borrow from Peter to pay Paul” with balance transfers back when I was in grad school with a newborn. Those were some tough times!!

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