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Navy Federal Pay Button

Arago
New Contributor

Navy Federal Pay Button

Why does Navy Federal have a "pay" button for credit cards when there is no payment due and there is a zero balance?  Do they expect you click it even though nothing needs to be done?  

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dragontears
Valued Contributor

Re: Navy Federal Pay Button


@Arago wrote:

Why does Navy Federal have a "pay" button for credit cards when there is no payment due and there is a zero balance?  Do they expect you click it even though nothing needs to be done?  


Because it is easier to code for the button to always be there (and have amount verified on a different page) than to have the button appear/disappear depending on the balance. 

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cashorcharge
Senior Contributor

Re: Navy Federal Pay Button

If you like paying more then a current balance or before a charge finalizes, NFCU allows you to do so. Not all FI's do. I find it convenient. 

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Loquat
Moderator

Re: Navy Federal Pay Button


@cashorcharge wrote:

If you like paying more then a current balance or before a charge finalizes, NFCU allows you to do so. Not all FI's do. I find it convenient. 


I agree.  The option is indeed nice but thankfully one can push payments via bill pay for lenders that don't allow for overpayment.  

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