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? regarding pin

so my question is,is it bad to pif before you actually have a statement print,so say i have 80 dollar ballance pif then 6 days later rack up 100 dollars and then i pay that before the next statement even comes out,is that bad?

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Re: ? regarding pin


wrxlover2 wrote:

so my question is,is it bad to pif before you actually have a statement print,so say i have 80 dollar ballance pif then 6 days later rack up 100 dollars and then i pay that before the next statement even comes out,is that bad?


There's another discussion of this around the boards. Banks just want to make sure they get their money that they have used on you. It doesn't matter when you pay them, just make sure you do!

 

Most of my cards' statements have $0 balance because I want to show low utilization on my credit report.

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ok great thank you sir!

 

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