05-04-2008 09:18 AM
beenthere wrote:Very interesting thread everybody.What is ACH?
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Whether it's push or pull, it's typically ACH either way.
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05-04-2008 09:50 AM
Hey Hauling, for clarification, is this for making automatic payments? Are you saying that if one sets up automatic BillPay payments the default is to pay ON the due date. That is flirting with disaster no?
I open Bill pay, enter an amount and a drop down menu right beside that amount opens a calender and asks what date I want the payment sent. Usually the earliest available date is 2 business days after the current date.
I do see that there is no way to confirm payments though. I guess my never having crediting issues is due to the fact that I'm kinda' manic about paying just about the time a bill arrives though I too do not trust that a bill will automatically be sent (or that I necesarily will have the money in my account when the bill arrives exactly)
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