Question: What Bills Can I Pay With A Credit Card?

Asked By: Simon Brown Date: created: Oct 05 2021

Is paying a bill with a credit card considered a purchase

Answered By: Jake Alexander Date: created: Oct 06 2021

Does paying bills with a credit card count as a purchase? Yes. With most credit cards, the only transactions that do not count as purchases (for the sake of earning rewards points, for example) are balance transfers, cash advances and using convenience checks.

Asked By: Jacob Harris Date: created: May 06 2021

Is it better to pay bills with credit or debit

Answered By: Harry Rogers Date: created: May 09 2021

If it’s more than a handful, life might be easier if you pay with a credit card. Instead, you can just put all your bills on your credit card and then make one large payment every month. However, if you use a debit card you will need to make sure funds are available.

Asked By: Jesus Harris Date: created: Jan 02 2022

Can I use my credit card to pay my mortgage

Answered By: Bernard Rodriguez Date: created: Jan 05 2022

For example, Visa allows mortgage lenders to accept Visa debit and prepaid card payments; Mastercard allows the use of debit and credit cards for mortgage payments. But some credit card issuers don’t allow mortgage payments. Bank of America credit cards, for instance, cannot be used to pay a mortgage.

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