04-20-2009 08:04 AM
I get paid on Fridays, and whenever I use my bank's online bill payment they send the money on the Friday when I get paid, and it always credit's my BoA CC on Saturdays, both of them. So maybe try that way in the future.
Now the bank won't send the money on Saturday or Sunday, but I can get BoA to credit my account on a Saturday by sending themoney on Friday.
04-20-2009 11:07 AM
Well, it's Monday and it still won't allow me to pay on line. It seems that, because it shows "0" balance due it won't accept thae payment. This method has worked up until this month. I'm sure it's an accounting trick to reflect a higher stock value.
04-20-2009 11:13 AM
Not sure why it won't let you pay early, but in my experience with BOA they report the true balance a couple weeks after payment, not the statement balance. If that's the case with everyone, I wouldn't worry about paying it early. Has this not been how it reports for you?
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