Payment Method


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Domestic Wire Transfer

A wire transfer is a fast way to move money electronically to another person. ... Nonbank wire transfers might not require a bank account, depending on the service, but they will require the recipient's name, the transfer amount and the destination. You pay the amount upfront, so the transfer is final once processed

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International Wire Transfer

Transfers between U.S. and international accounts are completed in 1–5 days. Unlike checks or deposits over $1,500, which can be held by banks for up to 10 days, recipients of large wire transfers don't have to wait for funds to clear

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Credit Card Payment

Credit Card Transaction Process. In the authorization stage, the merchant must obtain approval for payment from the issuing bank. The cardholder presents their credit card for payment to the merchant at the point of sale. ... The acquiring bank or processor forwards the credit card details to the credit card network

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Paypal Payment

https://www.paypal.com/ It's is an online financial service that allows you to pay for items using a secure internet account. You simply add your bank account, credit card or debit card details and whenever you pay using PayPal, you can choose which of your cards or accounts it pays with

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Montly Payments

As a monthly-paid employee, simply determine your expenses for the month and subtract the total from your monthly salary. If you are paid via direct deposit, you and your spouse can open a bank account strictly for bill payments and allocate a portion of your salaries to pay bills

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Certified Check Payment

When you write a certified check, the money is drawn directly against your personal checking account, and your name and account number appear on the check. In addition to your signature, a bank representative will also sign the check, and it will have the words "certified" or "accepted" printed somewhere on it.