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Hi if my min payment is £100, do i have to pay it in a lump sum before payment date or can i pay it in multiples like £50 on one week and £50 another week..as long as its paid by due date?

I ask because I accidentally paid £50 in to barclaycard, but can only afford to pay £50 more to make it £100.

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Sorry, I'm not sure which one you're referring to as correct.. Is it 1 or 2?

 

1 I asked if my min payment is £100, do i have to pay it in a lump sum before payment date?

2 Can i split £100 it into as many payments as long as I pay by due date?

 

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Hi Jaws,

 

As long as you pay the (total) min pay't by the due date, you're ok.

 

So if you paid 50 early and the other 50 before or by the due date, you're fine.

 

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thank you dx100 & slick132 for your time!:oops:

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Jaws 75,

 

If you can, try to pay a bit more than the minimum, think you could be in the same boat as I am with them at the moment.

Half the minimum payment seems to go on interest, I'm trying to pay a bit extra, even if it's a small amount as it will make a difference in the long run.


 
 

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