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  2. Get help with your AOL billing questions - AOL Help

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    The $1 charge won’t actually be deducted from the account. The bank for the credit card should remove the charge within a day or two. If you used a credit card for age verification and noticed the charge hasn’t been removed after a few days, please contact your bank or credit card company.

  3. How to Pay a Credit Card Bill - AOL

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    There are different methods of transferring funds, including: Bill pay: Your bank may have this feature, where you use your checking account to transfer money to your credit card. The bank will ...

  4. Add, edit, or delete a payment method for AOL services

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    If your card number has changed, you must add a new card. 1. Sign in to your My Account page. 2. Click My Wallet. 3. Click Payment Methods. 4. Click Add Credit or Debit Card. 5. Enter the new info. 6. Click Submit.

  5. View your AOL billing statement online - AOL Help

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    2. In the left navigation menu, click My Wallet | select View My Bill. - The Billing Statement page will appear. 3. From the dropdown menu, select the time period you want to view. Note - You can print your statement by clicking on the Print Statement button.

  6. How to Pay a Credit Card Bill - AOL

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    Mail in Your Payment. Credit card statements usually have a section in which you can tear off a payment slip to pay by mail. On this pay slip it’ll have your account number and you can indicate ...

  7. Credit card - Wikipedia

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    A credit card is a payment card, usually issued by a bank, allowing its users to purchase goods or services or withdraw cash on credit. Using the card thus accrues debt that has to be repaid later. [1] Credit cards are one of the most widely used forms of payment across the world. [2]

  8. Credit CARD Act of 2009 - Wikipedia

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    The Act contains a provision that limits the first year annual fee for a credit card to 25% of the credit limit. Credit card issuers are still able to charge certain additional fees, such as "setup fees" or "program fees." The Act also restricts the fees that can be charged for gift cards and other prepaid cards.

  9. PayPal Credit - Wikipedia

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    PayPal Credit, formerly named Bill Me Later ( BML ), is a proprietary payment method offered on the websites of many well-known merchants, including those of Wal-Mart, Home Depot, USPS, eBay, B&H Photo Video, Best Buy, Overstock.com, JetBlue Airways, Liquidation Channel, Jewelry Television and Hotels.com. [1] The site, which offers consumers a ...