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The Uniform Commercial Code (UCC), which is the governing document for all commercial contracts, stipulates that a payment is received WHEN POSTMARKED, not when the seller physically receives the payment. Most companies charge late fees depending on the day that it is physically received. If you mailed your payment within the payment date due, the receiving company has no legal right to a late payment fee. I have fought this numerous times and have never lost. Otherwise, a company could receive payments on the due date, but decide to only open the payment the following day.
Also, try credit unions if you want to avoid checking account fees. They are much less likely to charge fees.
Don't use OTHER ATM's
Book airline tickets ONLINE
Don't ALLOW texting on YOUR phone
Pay ON TIME for what you CONTRACTED to do
Don't over write checks when you know you can't pay them
Carry on or pay the piper
Whoa, "you can't get free checking"?
Mutual Funds ...... MOSTLY....... charge a lot for maintenance, ....SOME DON"T,..... check!
How could you miss the most "RIDICULOUS" fee ever, the 'customer service fee' charged by electrical utility companies!! I currently am assessed $14.50 per month to be a customer of SECO in FLORIDA. This is one of the highest fees in the State of FLORIDA, and three times higher than a previous utility I had in the Midwest. BUT WHY THE FEE IN THE FIRST PLACE???
OLD FLORIDA DUDE
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