05-04-2008 07:27 AM
05-04-2008 07:36 AM
05-04-2008 07:41 AM
That's why I thought they were insisting that I have a BofA checking account just to pay my CC online. I guess I'll just phone in my first payment and then hope I get that "third tiny link" you mentioned by the time I'm ready to make my next payment.
05-04-2008 07:43 AM
05-04-2008 07:45 AM - edited 05-04-2008 07:46 AM
I pay my BofA CC through my Wachovia checking account online billpay. It's always worked pretty quick for me, 1-2 days to post and I don't have to worry about checks.
05-04-2008 07:47 AM - edited 05-04-2008 07:52 AM
05-04-2008 07:50 AM
cheddar wrote:I'm looking for a way to pay online from the BofA site.I want to pull the payment rather than push it.
Message Edited by cheddar on 05-04-2008 07:46 AM
05-04-2008 07:53 AM - edited 05-04-2008 07:59 AM
How can I make a payment to my credit card from a Bank of America account or another financial institution?
To pay your Credit Card from a Bank of America checking or savings account, go to the Make Transfer tab in Online Banking and follow the directions to transfer money to your credit card.
To pay your Credit Card from another financial institution, visit MyEasyPayment to submit a payment online. You will need to provide the following information online:
- Credit Card #
- Last name as it appears on Card
- Last 4 digits of your SSN
- City and zip code of where your statement is mailed to
- ABA / Routing Number of non Bank of America financial institution
- Account Number of non Bank of America financial institution
(edited to add bold formatting on some text and: I was able to pay with my debit card acct. #, this way)
(edited AGAIN to add: Rats - wait a minute; this might not be the way I did it! This sounds like one of those push-through methods, now that I look at it more closely. Sorry, Cheddar! I know I managed what you're talking about, though; nose around in Help and FAQ's about CC accts.)
05-04-2008 08:04 AM
05-04-2008 08:04 AM
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