11-26-2009 03:15 PM - edited 11-26-2009 03:21 PM
11-26-2009 03:46 PM
I just call cap1 and they said my due date is 28th so my payment set on the 27th is ok I think the program that spits out statements just adds 25 days from the statement date
11-26-2009 03:52 PM
11-26-2009 05:03 PM
11-26-2009 05:58 PM
my statement was nov was the 2nd and the due was the 27th , on the 3rd I setup a to pay the balance on the 27th
and I loged on today find my payment NOT being proceesed I could edit /cancel
yikes I called and to find the real due date is the 28th as it should be, online even showed the 27th
11-27-2009 06:27 AM
11-27-2009 10:57 AM
Slightly OT but I had a $31 Chevron balance post to my CR because I set the payment date to the 26th and the Statement drop date was the 27th which they acknowledged on the statement but reported the balance anyway. They stated the the payment takes 48 hours to post on the account. I always try to pat the balance when its posts but this time I used it too close to the statement date.
I also agree to the 5 day payment before due date even on line payments.
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