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Boswd wrote:Also remember going forward, and this counts for any bill paying that is auto deducted from your checking acount, that ultimatley the respondibilty falls on the consumer. It's not an adquete defense to say they didn't. Even though they should owe up, it doesn't matter. So if you see that the payment hasn't been deducted on it's normal date, you need to call ASAP.
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dog wrote:in four years the only problem i ever had with online payments was with KHESLC and Access Group.....i still cant figure out which one of them actually has my bar exam loan...i finally started calling the 800 number and making payment over the phone. i made three online payments in a row that never posted....fortunately the lates were never reported.
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