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Posts: 258
Registered: ‎06-03-2008

Bill Pay

Does anyone know whether or not the Bill Pay system on the BofA site would be faster in getting a payment to an HSBC credit card account as opposed to using the HSBC card's site? Asking because the HSBC site is sooooo slow on posting.
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Posts: 1,986
Registered: ‎08-17-2007

Re: Bill Pay

I use the HSBC site.  Never have any problems.  I pay two days before the due date.  They are slow to report to cras but so far my payments have been posted on time.  I've had them since 2003.
I do not delete my payment postings for 3 to 4 months with them and all on line payments.  Just in case.
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