Go buy some groceries with coupons. Or, go buy products from a Drugstore that will result in equal rewards bucks for the same store. You're just coverting a transaction requirement into a store credit. You'll probably need some milk or ibuprofen. Many of these transactions will be the equivalent of zero cost to you other than transportation costs.
LiquidSilver said: mastroadam said: Found it for those interested, The Heritage Foundation.If they lose money on that transaction it would make me smile. They won't. The transaction costs them zero and you just gave them your billing and contact info. They will make more money off that.
Honestly. If you want a war, go fight the transaction processors. It only cost two hundredths of a penny to clear an ach transaction.
posted: Dec. 9, 2012 @ 4:05p
axiom said: They won't. The transaction costs them zero and you just gave them your billing and contact info. Oh. You have a copy of their merchant agreement and fee schedule?
Edit: and credit cards are not ACH transactions... so... was that part just for informational purposes?
posted: Dec. 9, 2012 @ 4:08p
Not to mention I would rather spend $1 on something I want rather than $0.01 on something I don't want (if you really had any interest in the charity you would not insult them with a 1 cent credit card donation).
posted: Dec. 9, 2012 @ 8:16p
You can pay Comcast a penny but only once per day. If you pay them $0.01, $0.02, ... $0.10 you can do it all the same day. Of course if you don't have Comcast then it's not much help.
posted: Dec. 9, 2012 @ 9:13p
vipercon said: Not to mention I would rather spend $1 on something I want rather than $0.01 on something I don't want (if you really had any interest in the charity you would not insult them with a 1 cent credit card donation).
I disagree. It is better to flush one penny down the toilet than to force spend one dollar on something you need unless you are going to spend the dollar regardless.
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