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Can a moving company charge 5 percent interest for using a credit card?

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2011-03-05 04:59:25
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Yes it depends on the company through which you are making the transaction. Dont use credit cards , always use debit cards.

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When a person doesn't pay a credit card bill does the cosigner have to pay the bill and all the interest? How much interest penalty can the credit card company charge per federal law?


Credit card companies can do what they like with interest rates. You are effectively borrowing money from the credit card company (they pay the store for the goods you buy) then you pay the card company back. They are entitled to charge for the service they provide. The interest they charge pays for the production of the cards, the offices, computer systems and staff - and the interest THEY pay on the money they are lending you !


Credit card interest and fees are determined at the state level at present. Congress has passed a law which makes bait and switch tactics more difficult but legal interest ceilings are still a state matter.



No. A credit company can not charge you interest on top of interest. With that said if you have a balance of $1000 and the company charges you $20 interest for that month. Next month a new balance is created $1020 then the company can charge you interest on $1020.00 if you fail to pay the $20 interest at the minimum. Interest is a finance charge and so long it does go over 59.9 per cent it is legal even on closed accounts. This is called accrued interest. If your account is closed due to unforseen of financial circumstances contact the credit and work out a payment arrangement and request interest to be stop. Many creditors will do so if the amount is paid in a timely manner usual 6-9 months. Otherwise consumer proposal is an option.


There are maximum interest rates that a credit card company can charge that are set by law, but no credit card company is going to charge more than that. They can raise your interest rate as set out in the terms and conditions they gave you when you applied for the card. Most credit cards have a default interest rate that was communicated to you when you opened the card, which is what they can charge you if you miss payments. It is also required to be put on your monthly statements. You can't sue the credit card company for raising your rates as defined uder the terms of the card.


Interest rates are directly tied to your credit history. The company making the loan needs to make money, so your poor credit record will cause them to charge you higher interest.


The easiest thing you can do to reduce the amount of interest you incur to your credit card is to pay the bill as soon as you get it. You can also try asking the credit card company to drop your rate.


An exorbitant charge is the interest rate charged by just about every credit card company. Anywhere from 18 to 29 percent is usury. The banks do it all the time, and since they are joined at the hip with the politicians; it's perfectly legal.


No, a company can not charge a credit card without permission. This violation should be reported immediately to your credit card company.


Credit Card Interest is basically the way credit card companies make money. They charge you interest for borrowing their money. But usually if you pay your bills on time and don't have any fees, they won't charge you any interest.


Ask yourself 'what is interest?'. Find out your interest rate and times it by ZERO. How much money do you owe them now?


Go to Capital One website, look for their credit card section, it will tell you how much the interest rates are. All of the credit cards company they do charge very high interest rates.


It means they charge you 19.99% interest annually. $1000 of average daily balance would cost you $199.90 in interest. You do not pay any interest on a credit card if it is paid of in full every month, but the moment you do not pay it off in full, they will charge you interest on every purchase from the day of purchase.


Common ones are - monthly interest, and late payment fees.


Although the percentage varies depending on what card you get, a 16.9 percent interest charge is common when opening a new Tesco Credit Card account. They offer 0% interest on purchases in the first 16 months.


Unfortunately no banks offer a credit card with purely 0 percent interest rather, they offer an introductory period where, for a certain period of time, the interest will be zero percent.



Upon researching to find a credit card with zero percent interest it has been found that it is not common for one not to have any interest charged. Often a credit card company will have an offer where one can transfer a balance for zero percent interest for a specific period of time. Some cards that offer this are Capital One and MBNA MasterCards.


Yes they can. They charge you from the time they last charged you interest until its paid off.


It applies to a type of credit cards that gives you zero percent interest when they are used. They are recommended for people with a good credit score.


Interest fees vary depending on the credit card company. Most companies apply interest based on your credit score and credit history. To obtain a lower interest rate, increase your monthly payments or make payments more frequently. The more payments you make the lower your interest will be.


Almost every major credit card company offers interest free credit cards. The factors that depend on your qualification include past credit history and current income.


Credit card interest in calculated daily. For example, if you have a credit card with 12% apr, you would divide the interest by 12 months. You should always check with your credit card company on how they calculate your credit card interest.


In the USA, average interest rates range from about 6% to 36%. It depends on factors such as your credit score and credit history, annual income, existing debt, and whether you get a loan from a bank, credit union, or online lender.



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