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Subject: Paying Bills with CC Date: 9/12/2005 1:20 PM
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I'm moving more of my bills to electronic payment. I use BillPay through my credit union. Some of the companies are already in the BillPay system. Any bill payments with these companies are sent electronically. If the companies isn't in the system, you can set it up manually. The CU in this case will send a paper check instead.

Recently, I was setting up my AT&T bill. When I went to BillPay, it wasn't in their system. Therefore, I would need to set it up manually. Instead of doing that, I decided to visit AT&T's website. I found I can pay electronically through a credit card for no fee.

That got me thinking. I wonder how many bills I could pay with a credit card. Setting it up this way, I could earn my rewards faster. What other bills/companies have other posters found that can paid with a CC?

IF
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