Pay Bills and Earn Rewards, Easy Guide to Credit Card Usage on Plastiq

Plastiq is a service that lets you use a credit or debit card to pay your bills, even when you can not do so directly with a business. It allows you to maximize your cash on hand by letting you put virtually any expense on your credit card. You can pay your rent, taxes, even business supplies and more. In doing so, you can rack up lots of credit cards rewards for paying your bills. But there’s a catch. Plastiq charges a 2.5% or less per transaction, and that will usually negate any rewards that you get. But they often have promotions that cut that fee in half.

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Guide to Credit Card Usage on Plastiq

One other issue is that not all specific cards are accepted or earn rewards. There’s also some payment types that card brands (Visa, American Express, MasterCard, Discover, etc.) will not support. So Plastiq reached out with a helpful chart to help you better understand supported payment types. This Guide to Credit Card Usage on Plastiq with let you know what works and what doesn’t.

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Guide to Credit Card Usage on Plastiq

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