In article <***@mid.individual.net>, ***@nothome.com
Post by notbob
I usually pay them by going on line and telling my credit union who,
how much and when to pay. So far it has worked well for 10 years.
Watch fer changes.
Usta be, Century-Link (my phone/broadband company) let ppl pay by CC
or e-check, online, for free. They recently changed their policy and
now charge for paying by CC. Only e-check payments are now free of
charge. If I did not have a routing/acct e-check number, I would
hafta pay a fee. 8|
I take it the CC is a credit card. I can see that a CC fee would be
charged as the CC comapanies charge a few percent. My state lets you
pay by CC and the local tax office does too, but they charge for that.
The credit union I have does a direct electronic transfer without a fee
for most of my bills I pay.
The way I understand it, the CC companies made the stores sell it to you
for the same pirce, cash or CC or they would pull your ability to do any
CC with them. I think the Feds made it so the sotres could charge a CC
fee several years ago.
When I am buying something, I ask how much it is for cash and not a CC.
If they say it is the same, I use the CC as I get a percentage back. If
they want more, I decide if I get back more on the CC or a bigger
One gas station had the electronic sign that said something like Cash $
2.00 per gallon and $ 2.10 credit.