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I use the biblical system that goes back thousands of years. I hand the bill to my wife who then dutifully pays it
Susan Laxson CRS
La Quinta, CA
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Candice A. Donofrio
Fort Mohave, AZ
All of the above!
Will Hamm bill pay for everything except AMEX through their ap. You must have been reading my mind I normally schedule all bill by the 20th and I forgot this year!
My husband pays the bills... combination of auto pay and check.
Good morning Will. It depends. Some, I do a check while others, I do online bill pay.
Auto pay whenever possible.
Good morning Will. Checks most of the time.
I"m surprised to see that it is a public question... well, I pay mostly online.
Will Hamm most of the time, it's auto-pay. Rarely, by check and phone, even more rare.
Will Hamm Combination of all!
Almost every bill is paid by draft or autopay. I write very few checks these days.
I give them to my wife and they magically get paid.
Some of each
All of the above. Some by phone, some, by check and others by bill pay on line.
Mostly online or phone.
Most online but some with checks. I would love to do all online, but some just are not possible.
Combination of check and auto-pay.
All the above. Mark
Via check only.
All of the above.
I don't do phone, but check and auto generated checks.
Bill pay or direct pay for the majority.
It depends on the bill.
I do a lot of my bills on my automatic bill pay on line, pay my cell phone bill on the phone and the ones that are local vendors, I write checks for them.
Either check or online .
Mostly with on-line bill pay. I don't like the auto pay since I prefer to be more in control.
All of the above.
I pay them online. No writing checks or making phone calls.
Mostly autopay, but depending on what it is.
I pay the light bill in cash, at the City Hall (electric utilities). My bill typically runs $100 to $125 per month, so whenever I show up, I make a $1000 payment, and that keeps them happy for 8 or 9 months.
As for AT&T, T-Mobile, Verizon, and Century Link (yes I use all four), I pay them online from an account that I never keep more than $500 in (so that if they overcharge me, they won't break me financially).
Auto Insurance gets paid online.
I don't use Credit cards, only debit.
I think that covered it!
Online or occasional check.
Bill pay through my bank. I know you still write out those checks.
I pay some online..... and others by check.... never autopay....I don't like anyone having access to my account....that's the Armenian in me!!!! I want full control....
I started out thinking that I would never pay bills online. Too much stealing of information. But as I got busier, it just got easier and easier to pay bills online. I pay for many of my bills with a credit card to rack up points for vacations I rarely go on, then pay off the credit card bill by calling up customer service. I suppose extra steps but it works for me.