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Minimum payment

Does a CCC have to have the correct Min payment on my statement? or can they put whatever they want? My statment showed a min due of over $450 when in actuality it was only $212.
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Re: Minimum payment

where you over your limit?

that would cause your min to show your regular min plus what you are currently over your limit. 

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Re: Minimum payment

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Call the company and have them correct it.  But is it truly an error?  Did your APR go up at all?  Or is there a fee added in?  Most of the time, if you have a fee added to your account, it's due in full with the minimum payment amount.

Message Edited by UnderEstimated on 04-09-2009 07:16 PM
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