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by on ‎10-19-2014 12:13 PM

PLEASE !!!!! Add credit cards to your payment schedule. I want to pay off my account and your store will not let me. I cannot believe that you could possibly accept a forged check but not a guarenteed credit card. If this policy is not changed, I very probably never shop there again. This is obsered. Now, I must try to find a way to pay off this account.

Status: Acknowledged

What type of payments are accepted by our branded credit cards are not something we put in place, but is instead put in place by the bank that owns these credit cards. That bank these cards are issued from is Citibank, and you will need to contact them in regards to them changing what type of funds they accept. With that said, can't you just withdraw the funds from your line of credit, deposit those funds in your bank account, and then pay this bill with your bank account?

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on ‎10-20-2014 10:03 AM

I'm going to go out on a limb here and say that , it's probably like that so people can't "pay  a credit card with another credit card" It's double dipping and if I remember correctly illegal in some states? 

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on ‎10-21-2014 01:28 AM

Ths s unheard of to me. I have done this before. I have a home equity line of credit at a lower rate and was told that I could do this at the time I purchaced our new laptop. Now I have to find a way to pay this off. Your company has just lost me as a customer. Your employees can no longer be trusted. I will pay this off somehow. and, it is not illeagal in Ohio & Pa.

 

                       Good by,

                          Highly dis satiffed

by Senior Social Media Specialist Senior Social Media Specialist
on ‎10-21-2014 01:57 PM
Status changed to: Acknowledged

What type of payments are accepted by our branded credit cards are not something we put in place, but is instead put in place by the bank that owns these credit cards. That bank these cards are issued from is Citibank, and you will need to contact them in regards to them changing what type of funds they accept. With that said, can't you just withdraw the funds from your line of credit, deposit those funds in your bank account, and then pay this bill with your bank account?

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