01-13-2013 08:07 AM
No!! my mom was able to pay all her SAMS CLUB DISCOVER WITH HER SEARS MASTERCARD. GE ACCEPTS CREDIT CARDS AS A FORM OF PAYMENT AS LONG AS ITS A VISA OR MASTERCARD.
This is false, I'm afraid. I have literally tried to pay with a mastercard. WalMart does not allow you to pay credit with credit.
01-13-2013 08:33 AM
You CAN NOT pay credit cards with another credit card OUTSIDE of using your Check Card at some locations with debit pin for Macy's and places like that.... GE does not take credit card payments. The exception is paying a car loan sometimes but you pay a premium for using the (THIRD PARTY) Company to do it
01-13-2013 09:30 AM
I wonder what would happen if i pay with my paypal debit card since it draws from my smart connect but the initial authorization would be debit? possible loop hole? Maybe ill try this next time.
01-13-2013 12:23 PM
01-13-2013 12:28 PM - edited 01-13-2013 12:29 PM
EXCUSE ME?? hahha JK well Im telling our experience when we wanted to get TWO GE cards into the sears mastercard so it would become 2 accts in 1 or just make one payment instead of two. We called Sams Clus Discover and we asked them if they accept credit card as a form of payment, they said YES as long as its a VISA OR MASTERCARD. Maybe Wal Mart has different rules. FYI we also did a payment with old nacy using a mastercard. AGAIN Wally might be different.
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