Question of the day from SKL

Do you pay bills online?

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12 Responses to Question of the day from SKL

  1. SKL says:

    Yep. It is a rare bill that I pay any other way.

  2. Nikki says:

    No, I still pay over the phone. I don’t know why!

  3. Karen Joy says:

    Yup!Looooove it!

  4. joz1234 says:

    Yes, I’d hate paying bills now if I had to call or write a check. It takes such little time to do it. Now, if I’d just go ahead and do it right now instead of telling the internet how quickly I can get it done. 😉

  5. shane says:

    All of mine except for car insurance.

  6. sweetiegirlz says:

    Rarely. I just always seem to think there’s gonna be a glitch somewhere and they end up taking out my whole bank account! lol. although, i shop A LOT on line. lol.

  7. Lucy says:

    I pay some online and some by check

  8. Laura says:

    almost never. I’m like Sweetie, paranoid that someone’s gonna follow the trail back and clean out my (barely existent) bank account. Silly, huh? Because if you write a check, they have all that info, anyway.

    But I like to have the duplicate check copy, and be able to say, when the company fusses that I haven’t paid, “I paid that with check # whatever on this day. I can’t help it if YOU lost the check. Not my problem.” I can’t do that with an internet transaction.

  9. Sue says:

    All of them I can. I just found out I can pay the electric bill online, but they charge $3.95 for that so I’ll just put a $0.44 stamp on it instead.

  10. Darryl says:

    I pay about 60% of my bills by check and the rest online.

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