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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by steve, Oct 31, 2001.
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That is for just what it says...if you want an old credit card receipt or bill...THEY WILL CHARGE YOU FOR THE TIME.
If you are DISPUTING a charge...THERE SHOULD BE NO CHARGE.
No, that's a fee they charge if you ask them to research archived account history or pull up old statements.
So I guess they shouldn't charge anything if I inquire about my current balance or check to see if a payment was received.
I have the same card with the same terms....watch your account for balance transfer fees. My card is not supposed to have fees, and every time I do a BT I have to call to get the BT fees deleted. I wonder how many people just go ahead and pay them? BTW what is your purchase rate?
It's a 9.9% fixed rate for purchases.
Umm, I never noticed on my B of A card,.. if I have a platinum card I can continue to do BT's with out fee's? I am down to 5218.00 of a CL of 6800,@ 8.9% "for life" ? Held since Feb/01.
What's your story with Bank of America?