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PNC Bank

Why do they only have options to to pay select bills?? Its ridiculas!!

 

Wanted to pay Cap one but there's onlt options to pay BOA, Macys, The Gap,Old Navy etc.. WTH?!

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Re: PNC Bank

I would think there would be a place to add your own, no?

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Re: PNC Bank

You would thiink so but there's not?

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Re: PNC Bank

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Wait a minute.  Are you talking about their checking account bill-pay?  Their credit card account bill pay doesn't provide the option to pay other credit card accounts. 

And if you are talking about checking, you can add any bill, even other people.

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