05-24-2010 06:07 AM
Good morning all
Over the weekend I used both my BB RZMC and HSBC Plat. cards to make some purchases, when I checked my account later that evening both purchases appeared, however when I checked this morning, the purchases on both cards aren't showing up and my balance is back to showing $0, has anyone else with those cards noticed any charges not appearing? I was going to PIF on both cards today, should I wait until the glitch is fixed before making my payments or if I make a payment, my account will just show as having a credit? Neither is due a payment, I just wanted to pay them off so my balance would be back zero. It's pretty weird though that both charges dissappeared.
05-24-2010 06:12 AM
If I were you, I'd just check back later today or tomorrow morning. It might be a glitch of sorts with both accts. Might be their "updating" period with both banks. They're likely scanning for any purchases & payments made over the weekend.
05-24-2010 06:18 AM
Yeah I'll check later or just wait until tomorrow since it's not urgent that I make payment or anything.
05-24-2010 08:00 AM
I've had the same thing happen. It's just them updating accounts. Same as how they do your checking account after mid-night. Just check it later this afternoon and all will be normal again.
05-24-2010 08:36 AM
On HSBC products and actually most others at least IME, you can't PIF the very next day. You have to wait a couple days for the charge to process and post to your account.
05-24-2010 09:59 AM
Especially dining charges because they often need to add tip to the charges, give it a couple business days.
05-24-2010 10:45 AM
There's no such a thing as a free lunch. It'll show up soon enough.
05-24-2010 11:08 AM
I wasn't expecting a free lunch I just usually check for fraud purposes....like you siaid I am sure it will show up but a good idea to keep personal records and not just rely on online statements
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