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How do you pay?

View Poll Results: Prefered method.
Cash 10 30.30%
Credit 7 21.21%
ATM/Debit 16 48.48%
Check 0 0%
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Old 08-09-2011, 12:48 AM   #1
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Default How do you pay?

You go to the store and make a purchase say of $20-40, how do you pay?
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Old 08-09-2011, 01:23 AM   #2
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often its more than i was hoping for and wind up using my debit card
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Credit. Gotta have those airline miles. Pay it off at end of month, get the miles for free. Just wish I could make my house payment with the thing.
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Pay the bill in full each month. Have had a couple of times I had to dispute a charge. Being on a credit card helps a lot. Company assured me an item I needed for work was in stock- a week later, had not shipped it. When they told me was not in stock, cancelled the order. They shipped it next day. When I refused delivery (had bought another elsewhere) they wanted to charge me return shipping and a restock fee. Disputed it to AMEX, who refunded money, told merchant to pound sand.
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We always use credit. We get cash back and in the 12 years my wife and I have been married, never carried a balance.
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Old 08-09-2011, 02:10 AM   #6
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Cash is king!
I still love the feeling of a few crisp Franklins in the wallet.
Felt better a few years ago though
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Cash if I have it. Debit card if I donít.
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depends on where I supermarket, Lowes, wallyworld always credit or debit....quick run to WaWA is cash. I hate being in line behind someone using a debit card for a $.99 pack of gum but kids don't seem to carry cash these days.
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Pretty much refuse to carry cash. Use ATM Debit card mostly. Use real credit card for a couple of tanks of gas a month and pay off monthly to keep some semblance of this s***ty kind of credit for rating.
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Old 08-09-2011, 04:40 AM   #10
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I use a Debit card as a credit card. I RARELY have any cash on me. Or not much more than $5, anyway.
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