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Re: How do you pay your credit cards?

Push from USAA Checking. I PIF the one day before the due date.

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Re: How do you pay your credit cards?

I just use my checking account bill pay. One stop stopping Smiley Very Happy

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Re: How do you pay your credit cards?

online... For most I add my banking into the card website and pull from there.  The exception is when I want/need to pay more than the statement (Chase) and then i push that from the bank to the card.

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Re: How do you pay your credit cards?

in fullSmiley Happy

 

In all seriousness though, I link my checking account to each creditors website. I then make payments through my linked checking account on each of my ccc's respective websites.

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Re: How do you pay your credit cards?

Pay from my iphone on the cards app, while in bed. 

 

Accounts set up with cards already. Im lazy. 


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