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gbishere
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Small Biz Sat Credit and Statement on Amex question

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Had 55 dollars due on statement. Then small biz credit came in and brought it down to 30. So I paid 30 dollars and the website still says 25 dollars due by 12th. 

 

Ah I don't like that at all! What to do?

 

outstanding balance = 0

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Re: Small Biz Sat Credit and Statement on Amex question


gbishere wrote:

Had 55 dollars due on statement. Then small biz credit came in and brought it down to 30. So I paid 30 dollars and the website still says 25 dollars due by 12th. 

 

Ah I don't like that at all! What to do?

 

outstanding balance = 0


you better call and check with someone, otherwise I would pay it and have a credit before I left what the computer seems to think is a payment due.

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Re: Small Biz Sat Credit and Statement on Amex question

 


Creditaddict wrote:

gbishere wrote:

Had 55 dollars due on statement. Then small biz credit came in and brought it down to 30. So I paid 30 dollars and the website still says 25 dollars due by 12th. 

 

Ah I don't like that at all! What to do?

 

outstanding balance = 0


you better call and check with someone, otherwise I would pay it and have a credit before I left what the computer seems to think is a payment due.


Yeah thats my thinking too. I wouldn't want to risk it. I think I might just make another payment and see what happens.

 

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