10-20-2012 06:12 AM
10-20-2012 09:16 AM
i'm bound by $50 for the first six months. i set up billpay through chase, they can only mail a check on my behalf, but oh well. i'll suffer through the wait for six months.
10-20-2012 04:50 PM
You're not bound by $50 payments from your checking account to them. I use PenFed specifically for my gas, and from the beginning I've paid them hundreds in gas each month in payments directly from my checking account. I've never mailed them a check.
10-20-2012 05:38 PM
I can only do up to $50 at a time from my BofA account into my PenFed account. I don't have a credit card with them yet, but plan on apping in about a year. My PenFed account is not quite 6 months old. Will they eventually lift that maximum? Right now, I have it set to automatically transfer $50/week although most weeks I do another one manually. I'd like to build up that account for when I do app but doing $50 at a time is not building it up very fast.
10-21-2012 08:50 AM
I simply pay from my checking account. Have never had a problem, and you are not bound by a $50 transfer limit.
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