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Credit Card Pay off

Use this calculator to see what it will take to pay off your credit card balance, and what you can change to meet your repayment goals.

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No, you cannot. They will not allow you to pay it off with a credit card.


can u get a grant to pay off credit card dept


A credit card pay off is an application one would use to estimate the time and payments required to pay off their existing credit card. One could easily acces this information from any financial institution.


Is there a grant to pay off credit card bills?


When you over pay a credit card, you have then a "credit balance." This means, in essense, the credit card company owes you money. You can either have them send you a check to pay off the difference, or the credit balance will be eliminated when/if you use your card again.


Yes you can get a credit card. Start with a secured credit card, then get a store card. Pay them off on time over 6 months and then apply for a real credit card. You'll get one if you pay it off every month.


Your credit card because once you pay it off, the collection agency would quit annoying you all the time. They would be satisfied because they will get a part of the money you pay to your credit card. :)


To transfer a credit card balance means to use the available credit on one credit card to pay off the balance of another credit card. This is often done by credit card holders to pay back a balance at a lower rate.


No, if you completely pay off your credit card before the next billing cycle, you dont have to pay any interest. Check with your credit card company to see what their billing cycle is


There are many ways to pay off student credit card debt. Some of the ways to pay off credit card debt are borrow against life insurance, get a home equity loan, renegotiate the term with a creditor and many more.


Yes, you can. Simply pay the credit card company what they are owed, or have the debt written off.


The fastes way to pay off your credit card debt is to pay more than the minimum payment and always pay on time. This website offers nine tips on how to quickly pay it off http://www.fool.com/personal-finance/credit/9-ways-to-pay-off-debt.aspx



Your credit card company. You should be able to call them and pay your bill/debt over the phone or be able to do it on the internet on your credit card company's website.


not always, depends on your credit situation. keep using and paying off your credit card every month to improve your credit score


It will not affect your credit if you pay off the balance when you close the account.


when it takes you more than a month to pay off your credit card debt it makes your credit score higher


The advantages of a credit card is you can buy things that you don't have the money to buy. The disadvantages of a credit card is that you have to pay it off with interest in the future.



Yes. Contact your credit card company. They will need the account numbers of your other credit cards.


Typically classes regarding paying off credit card debt are offered by community based organizations. The best bet for paying off credit card debt is to go see a credit couselor.


federalreserve.gov has an excellent credit card repayment calculator for you to try out! it will give you an estimate of how long it will take you to pay off your credit card balance.


The fastest way to pay off bills is to pay them online using a credit card or a debit card. Most companies have online bill pay options. I pay my cable, electric, rent, and credit cards online.


No. Once it is sent to a collection agency the company has closed the credit card.


Paying off you credit card balance helps you, yourself the most. but according the the fico score they like to see a small balance, for some reason its not good to pay off a card totaly, I have never understood this.



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