11-12-2007 03:30 PM
11-12-2007 03:40 PM
webpixie wrote:Hi -Does anyone have any experience with the "Bill Me Later" credit? If so, what is your experience with it? Good or Bad? Several online merchants now offer this. It is credit but you do not receive a credit card - at least I don't think so.Thanks
11-12-2007 03:42 PM
Bill Me Lateris the new way to pay that's simple, fast and secure.
Bill Me Later is a convenient and secure new payment method designed for purchasing on the web or over the phone. As a credit account, Bill Me Later provides you with the flexibility to purchase without using your credit card. To request a Bill Me Later account, you do not have to complete a lengthy application prior to making a purchase. Simply select Bill Me Later at checkout to complete your request.
With no card number for making purchases and no physical card, Bill Me Later gives you an extra level of security. Plus, Bill Me Later offers "zero fraud liability" protection, which means you are not responsible for unauthorized charges.
All the tools you need to manage your account are available online. You can view or pay your Billing Statement online or update your account profile anytime. Plus, our frequently asked questions make using Bill Me Later as easy as possible. Or you can email us or call us.
Bill Me Later is offered through CIT Bank, Salt Lake City, Utah and managed by Bill Me Later, Inc. Bill Me Later, Inc. is a company with expertise in developing and managing payment solutions.
11-12-2007 03:42 PM
11-12-2007 04:30 PM
UGH! The ultimate irresponsibilty of use when trying to develop responsibility! It's too ironic!!!
The BML on this site is for the super credit junkies who just cant refuse any credit offer. Why pay for your credit reports when you can finance them and pay for them later!!
11-12-2007 04:49 PM
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