I just got a bill in the mail last month for $0.12 from Citi.
posted: Apr. 5, 2008 @ 12:02p
The alarmists were right. I just got a call from the boogyman (Yes, he works on Saturdays). He told me he had a stack of small credits from me, and I was in big trouble
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posted: Apr. 5, 2008 @ 12:25p
If they're no fee and for life of balance, I can take them off your hands
2weeks said: WalStMonky said: I'd have to turn on the paperless delivery in order to turn it off. If they want to save money on paper, they could stop sending me the 6.99% BT checks.
posted: May. 2, 2008 @ 1:10a
Tried this out:
Bought gas for $x. Paid Chase $x minus $1.99 before the closing date. Bill should've been for $1.99.
Actual: They also cancelled it. It appears that as long as the final balance is $1.99, they adjust the bill which effectively cancels it.
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posted: May. 8, 2008 @ 2:59a
US Bank cancelled my $1.00 balance every month... ..and then cancelled my account after a year !
posted: May. 8, 2008 @ 4:12a
DeGlass said: US Bank cancelled my $1.00 balance every month... ..and then cancelled my account after a year ! Are you saying in the last 12 months, you've been charging $1.00 to your US Bank cc and never made any payment and now they just closed your account? If so, that would be a shocking trend to keep an eye on.
posted: May. 8, 2008 @ 9:37p
PNC (Elan) canceled bill at 1.00 Summary updated.
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posted: May. 8, 2008 @ 10:01p
lin821 said: DeGlass said: US Bank cancelled my $1.00 balance every month... ..and then cancelled my account after a year ! Are you saying in the last 12 months, you've been charging $1.00 to your US Bank cc and never made any payment and now they just closed your account? If so, that would be a shocking trend to keep an eye on. Yes, $1.00 to eBay every month, for at least 12 months straight. No other activities (obviously)...
posted: May. 28, 2008 @ 9:56p
A contrary effect occurred to me on a RBS CustomCash card. Namely, it was 93 cents overpaid, and at the statement date, a transaction called "Clearing Adjustment" showed up, which took away those 93 cents.
Edit: gonna try getting them back using small balances
posted: May. 30, 2008 @ 1:06a
Does Citi still charge for something as low as a penny? Any updates from anybody? Thanks in advance.
posted: Jun. 17, 2008 @ 4:20p
Notation in current bill for Sears Gold MasterCard:
Please note: Effective for all billing cycles beginning on or after August 1, 2008, you may no longer make minimum payments in advance. You must pay the Total Minimum Due each billing cycle. We will no longer apply any portion of payments made in current billing cycles to Total Minimum Due amounts in future billing cycles.
I don't know if this will effect what I do each month...
1) pay AT&T $5.00 with Sears MC 2) billpay Sears MC $4.01 before statement date
posted: Jun. 20, 2008 @ 12:31p
Tried out my Pulaski Bank Visa:
Billed at $1.99 Cancelled at $1.00
posted: Jun. 20, 2008 @ 8:24p
BofA billed at $0.01 Penfed billed at $0.99
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posted: Jul. 12, 2008 @ 8:43a
iloveshortskirts said: Does Citi still charge for something as low as a penny? Any updates from anybody? Thanks in advance.yes as of 5-08, i think
posted: Jul. 15, 2008 @ 1:45a
iloveshortskirts said: Does Citi still charge for something as low as a penny? Any updates from anybody? Thanks in advance. I had a new credit of 2.48, even though a used it 2 days later the freaks sent me a check.
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