Bill Me Later is a safe and popular way to pay for things online. It's like a virtual credit card. Bill Me Later allows you to take your time in paying your items off over 25 days. Opening up a Bill Me Later account is easy; it involves giving your credit card number just once to set up your account. Then, when purchasing items through Bill Me Later retailers, you never have to type out your credit card number again.
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Visit a retailer's website, and ensure that they except Bill Me Later as a form of payment. You'll find the Bill Me Later logo alongside the logos for the various credit cards accepted by the website. Some websites and online retailers that accept Bill Me Later include eBay, Zales, Aeropostale and FTD.
Enter your personal information, including your name, phone number, address, birth date and the last four digits of your Social Security number when you check out. Include any information that the retailer asks for shipping purposes as well. Your Bill Me Later account will be created automatically upon checkout.
Complete your purchase as normal. When you click the last button to complete the purchase, Bill Me Later will transfer the money for the purchase, and the company will cover the purchase for you. The bill for the purchase will be sent to your home.
Pay the bill using cash, check or credit card through the Bill Me Later website or via mail within 25 days of your purchase.
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