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Which credit cards accept online bill payment?

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Most major credit card issuers, including Chase, Bank of America, Discover and American Express, offer online payment services through their official websites. Many store-issued credit cards, such as Macy's, Amazon and Best Buy, also provide cardholders with online payment options.

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Most major banks offer online banking options, including credit card payment, to their customers for an added level of convenience. In addition to online payment, credit card bills can also be paid by dropping off payment at a local office, by mail or by phone, and some banks offer automatic debits from another account each month to prevent cardholders the expense of late fees associated with forgotten payments. Many of these options let cardholders pay using a debit card or electronic funds transfer from a checking or savings accounts.

The official websites for Chase, Bank of America, Discover, American Express and store-issued credit cards allow cardholders to create a unique user ID and password. In addition to bill payment, this online access allows customers to view their account balances, review purchases and charges and update personal information. Some banks also offer online statements, or paperless options, ensuring statements and bills come directly to customer email addresses rather than through the mail.

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