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You were lucky that you actually GOT bills -- I received one bill, which I paid promptly, and didn't recall charging anythign else. Then I got my second bill two months later saying that I was late for a small charge, and adding a $35 late fee for a bill I never received (I searched my SPAM filter too) and the "late fee" was significantly higher than the original charge. This is really a scam, or at least a badly run business, and the fees are far in excess of ANYTHING that is reasonable. That's why congress passed the Credit Card bill of rights, and I think this is a way to act like a credit card (e.g. outrageous late fees) without being covered by the consumer's bill of rights.
I have been using BML since Christmas and I have had a very positive experience so far. Actually I was delighted with the service they offered.
Just wait until you are the victim of a cyber criminal BillMeLater will immediately close your account no questions asked and they will not pursue the criminal. With the amount of cyber crime out there it is just a matter of time!
I just want to know how long u have to pay off a balance before interest is charged. Does the interest occur even if ur paying monthly and on time?
I have been a good credit customer of BillMeLater for years as well BUT that is not enough. If you are the victim of a cyber criminal BillMeLater will close YOUR acoount and you can NEVER EVER open another account and they will not pursue the cryber criminal.
NOT SO FAST! If you are the victime of a cyber criminal BillMeLater will close your account and you will NEVER EVER be able to open another account. This is a company to stay away from for sure! I even have the name and address of the cyber criminal and they will not pursue this guy!
Deception and deceit: eBay owns PayPal, paypal owns the horrible bilk-you-later fly-by-night credit scammers. DO YOURSELF THE JUSTICE: AVOID THE BILL ME LATER SCAM , YOU WILL NEVER KNOW A BETTER "SLEEP NUMBER." NOT WORTH THE AGGRAVATION, WASTED HOURS TRYING TO UNDO THE SECOND YOU CLICKED "LINK MY ACCOUNT"... CAN'T UNLINK WITHOUT CALLING THE KREMLIN ... PREPARE YOURSELF FOR A BIG SERVING OF CONDESCENSION AND DROOLING SCRIPT READERS...QUEUE THE DUDE " HELLO MY NAME IS PEGGY" HOURS OF RUN AROUND AWAIT YOU. CALL BILKULATER, NO, NO, GOT TO CALL PAYPAL, NO, NO, CALL PAYPAL, PAYPAL BOUNCE YOU BACK TO BILKULATER. ONE BIG SCAM. YOUR $10 SIGNUP BONUS TURNS INTO $50 SURCHARGE WHEN YOU NEVER GET BILLED LATER. YOU ONLY GET BILKED. THIS IS GOING TO BE THE NEXT BIG FINANCIAL SCAM OF THE NEW DECADE, EBAY, PAYPAL, BILLYOULATER SCAMMING THEIR CUSTOMER BASE JUST TO SQUEEZE THE CREDIT CARD COMPANY OUT OF 1.5% FEE. 12 YEARS NO NEGATIVE EBAY FEEDBACK, 11 YEARS NO PROBLEM WITH PAYPAL BUYING OR SELLING...ONE SECOND CLICKING BILL-ME-LATER...I'M READY TO QUIT ALL THREE FOR LIFE. COMMON SENSE SAYS IF YOU CAN LINK IN ONE CLICK, YOU SHOULD BE ABLE TO UNLINK JUST AS QUICKLY. COMMON DECENCY DEMANDS IT, NOT THIS TOTAL LACK OF ETHICS. SOMEONE CALL THE COPS, HIDE YOUR WALLET. TRULY A SCAM.