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If you are speaking of making payments on line, the answer is probably yes, however most mortgage servicing lenders will accept payments by telephone up to 9 pm cst. try calling the 800 number provided by you mortgage company

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Q: If you have past the time of day to make a mortgage payment on February 28 does this exceed the 30-day limit for the month and will this be reported to the credit bureau?
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