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the lady i talk to tonight told me that their was a two hundres dollar charge i would like to no if you can pay that in a fifty dollars each month instalments thanks linda email

Date: December 27, 2006, 4:23 am
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We are NOT credit card issuing company, so we don't have the least notion of the details each credit card terms&conditions have. If nothing is said about it in what you have already read about your credit card, you should ask your bank about it, and they will explain how you can do it or why you can't do it.
Maybe there are credit cards that allow you to include fees into the amount of your balance, so that you can pay it off gradually.
You can only call to your bank to know it for sure.
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