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Posted on Jan 02, 2017
SOURCE: I have not received a
Have you tried calling the telephone number on the back of your credit card? The website may also have some telephone numbers to use as well.
On these types of disputes, I like to write a letter directly to the credit card company giving all of the information you listed above plus the steps you took to try contacting the company in order to resolve the matter. Usually suggesting that you might close your account is enough incentive for the credit card company to get moving on giving you the money owed.
Posted on Jan 01, 2011
SOURCE: i cancelled my membership months
First, I advise you put a stop payment at your bank for the charging company. You can ask the bank to trace the transaction source for contact details, sometimes you have to request in writing that is sent priority mail with signature required.
Posted on Jul 04, 2011
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Posted on Aug 23, 2011
SOURCE: pay bill by credit card
Im not sure which country you live and the banking system regulations
you might be better of paying bills through a direct debit to avoid cash price penalties which banks charge for credit card payments
but to answer your question you should be able to pay bills by your credit card as long as you have a good credit rating (you might not need a rating at all)
hope this helps
Posted on Nov 29, 2011
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The Apple iPad 2 with Wi-Fi and 3G allows you to browse the Internet using a Wi-Fi connection or a cellular connection.
You can purchase an iPad with an internal Verizon 3G network card.
Verizon has several pay-as-you-go plans to choose from in order to activate their service. Verizon has 1 GB, 3 GB, 5GB and 10GB data plans with no contracts that can be activated within the iPad 2 device.
Power on your iPad.
Slide your finger across the iPad to unlock the device. Enter your passcode if applicable.
Tap "Settings," "Cellular Data," "View Account."
Enter your "First Name," "Last Name" and "Telephone Number."
Enter your email address and password. This creates an account on the Verizon network where you can view your data usage and make changes if applicable.
Tap one of the following plans: "1 GB data per month for $20," "3 GB data per month for $35," "5 GB data per month for $50" and "10 GB data per Month for $80."
Tap the applicable credit card for payment and billing. Credit cards available are the following: "Visa," "MasterCard," "Discover" and "Amex."
Enter your "Credit Card," "Name," "Expiration Date," "Security Code" and "Billing Address." Tap "Next" to continue.
Review the Terms of Service and tap "Agree."
Review Billing and credit card information and tap "Submit." Activation happens immediately and you can begin using your iPad via a cellular connection.
Hope this helps
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