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Personal Payment with Credit Card

mjrchar115 1 10 June 16, 2016 at 01:10 PM in Finance (2)
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I pay a friend rent and want to pay him using a credit card to rack up points each month, but obviously I don't want to incur any fees. Does anyone know how I can do this? Thanks!

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processing a credit card transaction incurs a fee. either you eat it or they do. maybe see if you can pay in gift cards or something.
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if your friend will accept Visa/MC/Amex giftcard as payment, you can buy any of those with your CC either online or b&m store. That way, you'll earn CC rewards while paying your rent although it's a BIG IF your friend will take GCs.
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Quote from mamabear209 View Post :
if your friend will accept Visa/MC/Amex giftcard as payment, you can buy any of those with your CC either online or b&m store. That way, you'll earn CC rewards while paying your rent although it's a BIG IF your friend will take GCs.
Don't most those usually have sometype of setup fee?
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Why do users keep asking about manufactured spending? There are so many resources online already.

OP...do you really think if you could charge rent with a credit card without incurring fees you wouldnt have heard about it already? My god.
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Don't most those usually have sometype of setup fee?
the only fee I know is the one time purchase fee for the GCs which can range from $4.94 up to $6.95 for variable GCs that can be loaded up to $500. These can be used to pay anyone who will accept Visa/MC and won't incur fees.
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