07-12-2010 12:14:26 AM
pretty much what the title says. I payed my bill at a kiosk today, and now there is a past due amount of 7 cents, will they cancel my order when they start to process mine?
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07-12-2010 12:26:39 AM
most likely yes, computers process the order and all they care about is that it is paid. I bet they wouldn't process it even if there was 1 cent missing. Just try to pay the 7 cents?
07-12-2010 02:49:30 AM - edited 07-12-2010 02:50:04 AM
I don't think it would apply to being forced to cancel your i4 order. They don't typically cancel your wireless bill or new phone ordering as many have in the past practices. In the old days the practice was like if you don't pay your water bill by 2 cents, they'll cut your heating off in the harsh of winter.
You would be given a notice you haven't paid your past due amount of 7 cents and it would be in your next bill.
If your paying $82.67 it would be $82.74 next month and if they decide to add a fee for past due it would probably be a few more pennies there.
07-12-2010 07:29:53 AM
07-12-2010 09:18:27 AM
its most likely all automatically processed by computers. If the system is programmed to decline if accountbalance > 0 then there is no consideration regardless of how little the amount is. There is a 5 day grace period from date due so if you are still on day 2 or 3 you can still pay with your cc and not be considered late