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If the steps above don’t work, then ask if they could at least hold off on reporting the late payment to the credit reporting agencies that handle your credit report.Okay, now let’s consider what happens after you have missed one payment (and remember, paying less than your minimum payment is equivalent to a missed payment).
Since late fees get added right onto your balance, it will begin accumulating interest just like the rest of your debt!Before we go any further, it’s important to explain what you should do immediately as soon as you realize you can’t make a minimum payment: 1.Find the phone number for your credit card company and give them a call. When you get a customer service representative on the line, tell them that unexpected circumstances have made it impossible for you to make your minimum payment on time this month (If this is the first time it has happened, make that clear). Tell them when you will be able to make the payment. Ask if they can change your due date just this one time and if they would be able to waive your late fee.You're better off using an ATM inside a retail outlet or other high-trafficked, well-lit place.Julie Conroy, research director for the retail banking practice at Aite Group, a Boston-based financial services research firm, says even the card terminals that card users must swipe to get into ATM vestibules are being used as a skimming site by criminals.
While fraud is always a possibility, being careful where you use your debit card can help keep your checking account balance out of the hands of thieves. PKpix/The idea that outdoor ATMs are among the most dangerous places to swipe a debit card seems a little bit absurd.