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Wednesday, October 19th, 2022 7:17 AM

Can one pre-pay the $300 12 month prepaid plan?

So I have a question regarding pre-paying the 12 month prepaid plan. Can someone just slowly piecemeal pay the upcoming yearly bill of $300 by paying $25 a month and then just paying whatever taxes and fees come up in the last month? That way someone isn’t having to just bulk pay the $300 prepaid total once a year. I have read the following section from the autopsy terms,

Payments are not returnable, transferable or exchangeable. Payment amounts expire as follows: $10 to $24 expires in 30 days, $25 to $99 expires in 90 days, and $100 or more expires in 1 year. Account balance is not refundable and is forfeited”

so I assume this means that no one couldn’t really do that unless they paid 3 separate $100 payments. That or two separate $100 dollar payments then spliso I assume this means that no one couldn’t really do that unless they paid 3 separate $100 payments. That or two separate $100 dollar payments then splitting the last $100+taxes/fees in the last 90 days before the yearly payment is due. Really I am just wanting to confirm I have read the above quote correctly, while hoping that I read that incorrectly and the first option is possible.

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2 years ago

Yes, you can piecemeal your payments to renew the 12 month plan. How and when the money gets into your account is irrelevant, as long as the account balance is sufficient to renew the plan on the renewal date, the plan will renew. Every time you refill your account, you extend the expiration date. Since a $50 refill expires in 90 days, you could also do 6 refills of $50 every 2 months to get your balance to $300. 

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