Question: How Do You Pay A Credit Card Bill With A Credit Card?

Asked By: Robert Ross Date: created: Nov 30 2021

How do you pay a credit card with a credit card

Answered By: Isaac Thomas Date: created: Dec 01 2021

There are 3 methods by which you could use your credit card to pay another credit card’s bill.

  • Through Cash. Withdraw money from ATM for the credit card you want to make the payment with.
  • Through e-wallet. Transfer the money to an e-wallet from the credit card you want to make the payment with.
  • Through Balance Transfer.
Asked By: Gilbert Flores Date: created: Aug 31 2021

Can you pay a credit card bill with another credit card

Answered By: Devin Morgan Date: created: Sep 02 2021

Yes, you can pay credit card bills using another credit card, via balance transfer, as mentioned by other users earlier. You cannot use another credit card on a normal online payment option like billdesk, etc. to pay your credit card bill.

Asked By: Charles Perez Date: created: Jan 28 2021

Why can’t you pay a credit card with a credit card

Answered By: Adam Powell Date: created: Jan 28 2021

Typically, you can’t simply pay your credit card bill with another card as if you were paying your utility or phone bill. Credit card companies don’t usually accept credit cards as a regular form of payment, in part because it opens the door for debt to revolve through your accounts in an infinite loop.

Asked By: Cole Murphy Date: created: Dec 04 2021

Is it smart to pay off a credit card with another credit card

Answered By: Keith Brown Date: created: Dec 05 2021

In some cases, moving a credit card balance onto another card (known as a balance transfer) makes good financial sense, because it can simplify your payments and may help you save on interest charges. However, sometimes paying one card off with another can lead to more financial problems.

Asked By: Aaron Mitchell Date: created: Jan 16 2021

Is it illegal to pay a credit card with a credit card

Answered By: Ashton Roberts Date: created: Jan 17 2021

The short answer is no, at least not in that way. Credit card issuers typically don’t accept credit cards as a regular payment method. Rather, they generally request that you make your payment using your checking or savings account, or with cash or check at a local branch, ATM, over the phone or by mail.

Asked By: Angel Jackson Date: created: Nov 14 2021

What are the different types of payment methods

Answered By: David Hayes Date: created: Nov 16 2021

Payment method types

  1. Credit Cards. As a global payment solution, credit cards are the most common way for customers to pay online.
  2. Mobile Payments.
  3. Bank Transfers.
  4. Ewallets.
  5. Prepaid Cards.
  6. Direct Deposit.
  7. Cash.
Asked By: Donald Brown Date: created: Jul 06 2021

What bills can I pay with a credit card

Answered By: Jonathan Jones Date: created: Jul 09 2021

Let’s look at which types of bills make the most sense to pay by credit card.

  • Mortgage.
  • Rent.
  • Car payment.
  • Car and home insurance.
  • Health insurance.
  • Taxes.
  • Utilities, cellphone, internet, cable.
  • Subscription services.
Asked By: Blake Edwards Date: created: Apr 13 2022

Can you withdraw money from a credit card

Answered By: Clifford Wilson Date: created: Apr 15 2022

Yes! Most credit cards will let you withdraw cash at an ATM. Borrowing money on your credit card is a cash advance, a type of short-term loan, and it’s worlds away from a simple debit card cash withdrawal. Cash advances usually come with very high fees.

Asked By: Leonars Robinson Date: created: Jun 12 2021

How can I pay my credit card bill with debit card

Answered By: Alexander Jenkins Date: created: Jun 14 2021

One popular offline method to pay your credit card bill using a debit card is to pay through the respective bank’s ATM kiosk. Most of the banks allow you to visit their bank ATMs to make credit card payment of their own credit cards. However, you cannot use a debit of one bank to pay credit card bill of another bank.

Asked By: Jason Simmons Date: created: Aug 24 2021

Is it bad to pay your credit card twice a month

Answered By: Angel Gonzalez Date: created: Aug 25 2021

Making Multiple Credit Card Payments Can Be Beneficial

It also means you won’t be spending money on interest fees. Ideally, you should pay your credit card balances in full each month. Keep in mind that even if you pay your credit card bill in full every month, your credit report may not reflect a zero balance.

Asked By: Diego Diaz Date: created: Apr 02 2022

Can I pay a loan with a credit card

Answered By: Hayden White Date: created: Apr 02 2022

Yes, a credit card can pay off a personal loan.

“You can use a credit card to pay off a personal loan,” advised personal finance writer and credit card expert Ben Luthi. “Some credit card issuers will allow you to do it directly through your online account like any other balance transfer.

Asked By: Alejandro Cooper Date: created: Sep 27 2021

Do balance transfers hurt credit score

Answered By: Luke Jackson Date: created: Sep 27 2021

A balance transfer can hurt your credit score by increasing your single-card utilization, lowering your length of credit history and adding a hard inquiry to your credit report. But it can also boost your score by increasing your overall card utilization, and it can help you pay off debt faster.

Asked By: Louis Bell Date: created: May 14 2021

What happens to credit card debt if I die

Answered By: Angel Coleman Date: created: May 14 2021

Unfortunately, credit card debts do not disappear when you die. The executor of your estate, the person who carries out your wishes, will use your assets to pay off your credit card debts. But when your credit card debts have depleted your assets, your heirs can be left with little or no inheritance.

Asked By: Hayden Foster Date: created: Feb 05 2022

How many credit cards should I have

Answered By: Peter Moore Date: created: Feb 07 2022

The short answer: you should have at least two – ideally each from a different network (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, etc.) and each offering you a different kind of rewards (cash back, miles, rewards points, etc.). How many credit cards is too many?

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