You Should Never Put These 9 Bills On Autopay! ( Here’s Why)

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Don’t set up autopay for expenses that renew once a year. You might be someone that keeps track of every activity, but an annual subscription can catch you off guard. You might fail to remember the next due date since you don’t think of these expenses regularly.

The company or retailer could draft the fees from your account unexpectedly without minding if you have enough money in your account, whereas you don’t have enough in your account. Even if you look at your credit card every month, it’s really hard to track.

It is a good idea to take off this expense from your autopay.

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6 thoughts on “You Should Never Put These 9 Bills On Autopay! ( Here’s Why)”

  1. Some of your mentioned that you shouldn’t put on autopay is automatically deducted every month whether you want it or not. Amazon and Ancestry are automatically deducted as is Newspapers.com and local newspaper. Had to choice. I did put electric and cell phone on automatic BUT still get the paper copy of the bill each month. You have to request they keep sending you the bill even though on autopay. That way I can keep watching the charges.

    1. I am 100 per cent against paying anything with auto pay; reason ; if you get hurt or die auto pay goes on till someone finds out and stops it ; you go for a quick swim in the everglades and get eaten by a gator ; go for a hike on mt Everest ; and you get eaten by a bear; or fall in a hole or fall off the mountain ; nobody knows your missing for weeks; months; or years AUTO PAY goes on ; and if your on SSI or retired with a pension; it could go on for E V E R !!!!!!!!!

  2. Hi Elizabeth.

    Said my note didn’t go through. If you receive two, sorry!

    Do you know what this is? It is all over every platform. Most of the people I know say it’s a scam. I never open it. I will kick myself if it isn’t a scam but I figure you know everything in the world of finance. Thanks. Pat
    Coming: $3,708 Home Stimulus
    All homeowners are due a large stimulus this month (but only if they
    claim it)
    Saving Report
    Open

    1. The IRS has ur information. And any past stimulus that u already received, you didn’t have to claim it. They just automatically sent to ur bank account or mailed you a check. I would think it was a scam but if your convinced it’s real then contact the IRS and inquire with them. They would be your BEST source to ask.

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