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“I have a debit card, and it comes out of my account. Because if I had a credit card, I would never pay the bills. I just wouldn’t remember.”

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I also had no idea who she was. We all here know the advantages of having a credit card. If she's afraid she won't remember to pay, set up auto-pay.

 

I pay my Visa with my MasterCard.

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She could set up reminders under her cc acct settings when her bill is due. Seriously there really isn't an excuse these days to "accidentally" forget to pay on time.

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On 12/12/2018 at 3:13 PM, Burgerwars said:

I also had no idea who she was. We all here know the advantages of having a credit card. If she's afraid she won't remember to pay, set up auto-pay.

 

I pay my Visa with my MasterCard.

Dahhling, she doesn't need credit. 😆

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