07-26-2013 11:00 AM
Well... I didnt see anywhere that they charge a fee when I went to the school's site to pretend I was going to make a payment lol
That's good. No credit cards accepted at all at my daughter's school, just check, ACH, or installment plan via ACH (for which they charge $75 instead of interest). Since the fee is ~ $60K per child per year, even a 1% rebate would be great!
ouch... way harsh... they could at least help out with some reward points!
07-26-2013 05:29 PM
07-26-2013 05:48 PM - edited 07-26-2013 05:49 PM
To be fair, when both daughters were there (one year overlap), the school did give 4K in loans and financial aid off the $120K.. Which was indeed better than nothing, but only slightly!
07-26-2013 06:11 PM
I have a tuition bill due in a few weeks. I was going to just pay from checking. However, I would like to pay w my BCE, which has a high enough cl. I would prob charge and pay it before Amex would even be able to report it on my CR.
does Amex frown on this? I dont think there are any fees that my school charges, and i'd get 1% back on it lol
Any one have experience? I certainly dont need to get myself a FR.
I would do it. But I think that most schools charge for CC. It might not say on the site, but I bet if you went to the bursar's office they would tell you.
What school do you go to? Do you go to a school in one of those states that forbid CC surcharges?
07-26-2013 07:21 PM
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