Plastiq is making payment even easier to complete. Instead of mailed checks that sometimes take up to a week to be delivered, they are providing new wire and ACH options.
A week ago I wrote about some Plastiq changes to payment made with Visa cards. Payment made through Plastiq with many Visa cards will be treated at cash advance starting June 1st. This is an issue with Visa, not Plastiq, and the lattr has been really helpful with information on how to avoid Cash Advance fees.…
Effective June 1, customers may notice two temporary changes for select personal VISA credit cards. Plastiq is working with VISA to resolve this situation for the limited cards affected.
The limit has now been lowered to $250, from $500. But bills that are already scheduled will still be fee-free, up to $500.
Plastiq has a new promotion where you can pay $500 bills, or the first $500 of bigger bills, with a Mastercard credit card without a fee.
Lock in a 1.75% Plastiq fee when you schedule 3 months of bills (3 payments) with your Mastercard, Discover, American Express, Visa Business or JCB card from now until the end of May.
Yazing announced on Twitter that Giftcards.com will no longer offer cashback on Visa Gift Card purchases starting May 1, 2018
Plastiq has a promotion for new users. If you sign up up for Plastiq you can pay only 2% in fees for paying your rent with a credit card.
The new terms state that cash equivalents, person-to-person payments and American Express Gift Cards purchased online will not earn Membership Rewards points.
GiftCards.com has a promotion with a discount of $3 on Mastercard gift cards.
Update: Plastiq contacted me and clarified the the offer is not yet available for everyone. Plastiq is one of the few remaining options for completing minimum spend from the comfort of your home. It enables you to pay rent, mortgage, bills and services that you wouldn’t be able to pay with a credit cards otherwise.…
MPX purchases are still coding as “Travel – Airline”, but are only earning 1 Membership Rewards points. The changes seems to have happened probably on February 11th.