To HSN CARDHOLDERS
This is just being written as a courtesy & is no way meant to imply
people do not read their statements. Since July I have been more diligent in comparing my easy pay payments showing on HSN & comparing them for exact match with Commenity Bank. I have personally found errors & had to call & get them corrected as I was not being charged correctly.
I’m beginning to feel easy pay is more of a pita personally & re thinking on future purchases.
Hope this helps as we all need any extra to stay in our pockets not the banks. Have a great week everyone 😊
U are right ..u seem to pay more with easy pays mostly than just out right..thx!
@kuppkake917 thanks for your reply, actually what I am meaning is to b sure your flex pay or any amount you are to b charged is the same amount on your commenity account if you have the HSN card. I have found discrepancies where my payment amounts were not correct & had to call the bank to get it corrected. Just an example: Say I have something on easy pay for 13.95, I have found the charge to be like 19.95 again just giving an example. Be sure HSN acct & commenity match is what I am advising & yes I have had flex pay amounts come up wrong so every month I now compare my HSN acct page to the commenity statement.
Ok yes ..gotcha..thx so much doll!
I closed my card when we found out about the interest on Flex Pays. This is good to know regardless of mode of payment. Thanks Tamrick!
So far,I have had no interest on flex pays thankfully.But thank you for the caution about checking amount you are charged and what flex pay schedule says.
Is there now interest on flex pay using your HSN card? I am sometimes lax about carefully checking my HSN statement, but this is news to me. The appeal of using flex pay was that there was no interest!
Posted in Talk Among Yourselves
10.06.17 6:01 AM