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Re: Checking Credit Cards Accounts Several Times Daily

Hey!  I used to do the same thing, now I just update the "my portfolio" service daily through bank of america.  It makes life so much easier. :smileyvery-happy:

 

I still log in periodically to make payments of course, and to check for any account changes!

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Re: Checking Credit Cards Accounts Several Times Daily

DI, I check all of my accounts on a daily basis...except for Sundays.  I noticed that US Bank updates my accounts in the afternoon, so why do I waste my time checking them in the morning?  :smileytongue:
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Re: Checking Credit Cards Accounts Several Times Daily


bakalao2k wrote:
DI, I check all of my accounts on a daily basis...except for Sundays.  I noticed that US Bank updates my accounts in the afternoon, so why do I waste my time checking them in the morning?  :smileytongue:

Because you can. :smileyhappy:

 

Ok that's my last dumb comment here.

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Re: Checking Credit Cards Accounts Several Times Daily

i use mint too, but it's not as useful as i thought it would be originally.  i prefer to just go to the sites to get detailed information.

 

i actually have many ocd traits...most of them are pretty stupid, i admit, but i can't help it!  just makes me feel better to do them.

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laz98 wrote:

i use mint too, but it's not as useful as i thought it would be originally.  i prefer to just go to the sites to get detailed information.

 

i actually have many ocd traits...most of them are pretty stupid, i admit, but i can't help it!  just makes me feel better to do them.


I tried using programs like MInt. But they don't work too well.  Those programs have problems with the security questions and answers associated with the accounts.  I find it easy for me to just go directly to the source website.  

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DI wrote: 
I tried using programs like MInt. But they don't work too well.  Those programs have problems with the security questions and answers associated with the accounts.  I find it easy for me to just go directly to the source website.  

yeah, that is definitely becoming a problem for me.  i don't use it everyday like i used to anymore.  sometimes i just do it to see if my balances has updated due to new statements.

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