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Last Edited by annie930ny August 10, 2016 at 12:20 AM
Here's a link to the offer:
https://blog.onradpad.com/androidpayradpad/

Download RadPad for Android and Android Pay and you can pay your rent with a credit card without paying any fees for the rest of 2016.

You'll need to setup Android Pay with your credit card of choice before trying to pay your rent in the RadPad app. Then just enter your rent, type in your landlord's address, and select Android Pay as your method of payment.

Time to rack up on your credit card reward points. These do not code as cash advance.

RadPad Android download link:
https://play.google.com/store/app...dPad&hl=en

Android Pay download link:
https://play.google.com/store/app...crel&hl=en
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Last Edited by sixthday August 24, 2016 at 05:07 PM
Deal is dead and for those who signed up. You will have only ONE free pay!

we regret to inform everyone that beginning today, August 24th, 2016 we will no longer be able to offer the Android Pay promotion.

Anyone who signed up and qualified for the promotion prior to August 24th, 2016 will still enjoy free credit card fees as long as their rent is charged on or before August 31, 2016. However, we will not be able to offer the promotion through the end of the year. After August 31, 2016, the regular 2.99% fee will apply if you choose to continue using your credit card through Android Pay.

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thumbs down because this is always free IF payment is below $5k (welcome to 99% of rentals in the US) and is ONLY accepted IF the landlord is a part of the system. In order to be a part of the system the landlord faces fees, so of course they won't join. Especially with all the payment options that are offered to all landlords, ESPECIALLY ones that have quasi large communities. Just because you don't have ad block on your browser and saw something on your side pane, doesn't mean you should post it.
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thumbs down because this is always free IF payment is below $5k (welcome to 99% of rentals in the US) and is ONLY accepted IF the landlord is a part of the system. In order to be a part of the system the landlord faces fees, so of course they won't join. Especially with all the payment options that are offered to all landlords, ESPECIALLY ones that have quasi large communities. Just because you don't have ad block on your browser and saw something on your side pane, doesn't mean you should post it.
You're wrong. I've paid my rent for the past year with RadPad and it has never been free. My rent is nowhere near $5K. The landlord is charged no fees for this. NONE. They are issued a check from RadPad.

You're talking out of your ass about this.
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Never heard of this. Would be nice to get some points paying my maintenance, though. Anyone know more?
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Quote from chino3 View Post :
thumbs down because this is always free IF payment is below $5k (welcome to 99% of rentals in the US) and is ONLY accepted IF the landlord is a part of the system. In order to be a part of the system the landlord faces fees, so of course they won't join. Especially with all the payment options that are offered to all landlords, ESPECIALLY ones that have quasi large communities. Just because you don't have ad block on your browser and saw something on your side pane, doesn't mean you should post it.
Not sure where you are getting your information from. But you are so wrong.
1) It has always been free below $5k for DEBIT CARD. We are talking about CREDIT CARD payments here, BIG DIFFERENCE, plus there's no limit until the end of 2016.
2) The landlord DOES NOT need to be part of the RadPad system. RadPad will be sending a check to your landlord on your behalf.
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What happens after 2016?
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Thinking I could use this to reach my Chase Sapphire Preferred spending goal...

EDIT: I just remembered. The CSP card doesn't work on Android Pay (yet). Doh!
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What happens after 2016?
It will be back at 3.49% for credit card payments. You can stop using it then.
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Is it worth risking* and taking pain to setup payment info just for 4 months?

* risk is a relative term....
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what is the max $ amount I can pay?
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How do they know if you're making a rent payment? What if you pay your spouse $5,000/mo 'rent' to rack up the credit card points?
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There's no risk and it takes less than one minute to set up payments.

I would never turn down easy to earn CC points. This is also an easy way to meet minimum spend quickly.
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what is the max $ amount I can pay?
want to know the same thing.
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