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im curious if i make multiple payments in a month period on same account
im not realy good in saving so i owe one card 5 thousand i want to pay 250 a week for 3months

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Not exactly sure what are you trying to accomplish, but Yes, you can make multiple payment during that cycle, tho some credit card companies might requires time (3 days~ish?) between payments. Call your credit card company and ask them what's their policy on it.

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I say, If thats what your budget allows

Then go for it,  I never hurts to make extra payments to you credit card debts,  I've never heard of a company refusing to take a payment, although I've heard some do ask that you limit your payments to 3 a month,  But there is no reason that you can't.

Pay off that debt as quick as possible and save the interest.

Good luck

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