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However, after talking to the lender, they state that if 1 payment is not received equal to or greater than the amount due in that month, it will trigger a late charge. This in spite of the fact that adding up my 2 payments for the month adds up to 1 full payment.

This would be entirely proper, if the first half-payment comes on the due date and the second half-payment comes a couple weeks later.

However, it seems seriously wrong if the first half-payment comes a couple weeks before the due date and the second half-payment comes on the due date. After all, they ARE getting the FULL payment on time...
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