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suehamel
Community Member
Posts: 1
Registered: ‎09-03-2012
How can I find my Bill Me Later account number to send them a check payment?

I would like to send Bill Me Later a payment, I do not want to attach a credit card to a pay pal account.  In all my e-mails, i was never sent the account number, so how do i mail a payment without it?  Why did they never send me a bill, only a like to set up a paypal.  I DON'T WANT PAYPAL, i have an existing account, but in the past years, they have wanted personal info, i do not want to give them.

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october_paws
Community Member
Posts: 2,488
Registered: ‎06-21-2007
Answered
in reply to suehamel

Well, without the Paypal acct, he couldn't open the BML credit line acct. From my understanding, Transfer the amount from the linked acct to Paypal then you pay that from Paypal or could be auto-set up to pay. Review the BML acct/ or statement, it may direct you how to pay that acct or how it works.

buybuy42
Community Member
Posts: 5,272
Registered: ‎02-01-2011
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in reply to suehamel

You can't pay BML unless you have a PP account.

To have a PP account,you must provide that info now.Its required

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3DogNight via Hoyt Axton
Community Member
Posts: 754
Registered: ‎01-21-2005
Answered
in reply to suehamel

I would try https://www.billmelater.com/index.xhtml or you can also go though your paypal account.

You can pay by check.

Bill Me Later is a on-line deal you will never get a paper notice.

You should have understood all this before joining.

mrsmtn
Community Member
Posts: 13,056
Registered: ‎08-14-2008
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in reply to suehamel

Your account is identified by your email address.

Community Member
Posts: 5
Registered: ‎11-02-2013
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in reply to suehamel
Exactly! Paypal is very uncooperative regarding our very personal info. What next, blood types, facial recognition? Sorry but...really it has gone way too far. My trust in anything online is mostly gone. Remember the South Carolina SS Card malfunction? . Hey people this Ain't right!