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Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

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Member Since: ‎09-26-2011
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Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

This is a hypothetical question. In other words, I don't HAVE to pay this way. Am I able to somehow use a PayPal account to pay my bill online?

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Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

You only pay by check, savings account or creit/debit card.

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Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

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Seeing as how this was several years ago, it's worth asking again.  Can we pay our bill with PayPal, yet?

 

If not, what's the timeline for implementing modern payment systems?

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Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

Hello vedfzel,

 

Form of payment varies by market, but choices may include pay using a checking account, savings account, or credit card. Currently Paypal is not a choice. If you have further questions or concerns, please let me know.

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Message 5 of 10 (2,724 Views)

Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

it needs to be an option. a lot of businesses, personal, and corporate take paypal payments. your company needs to get with the times. paypal has its own bank and everything. and yet you still do not take paypal. 


ComcastCares wrote:

Hello vedfzel,

 

Form of payment varies by market, but choices may include pay using a checking account, savings account, or credit card. Currently Paypal is not a choice. If you have further questions or concerns, please let me know.


 

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Message 6 of 10 (2,720 Views)

Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

josh91,
 
The information you have received from previous posts is correct. We currently do not take PayPal as a way of payment. You can pay with your checking account or with a Credit/Debit Card.  If you have any further questions do not hesitate to reach back out to us.
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Member Since: ‎10-22-2015
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Message 7 of 10 (2,695 Views)

Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

Please implement paying with Paypal.  I do no like paying any bills with my credit card/debit card or bank account.  I've had my identity stole one too many times paying with my bank information.  I feel much safer paying all bills with Paypal.  Please change your billing to accept them.

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Message 8 of 10 (2,677 Views)

Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

Hello Anne654321,

 

 

As stated in previous posts within this thread PayPal is not currently an option. If you do not feel comfortable using your bank to make a payment; you have the option to send a money order or visit to your local service center.

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Member Since: ‎10-22-2015
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Message 9 of 10 (2,672 Views)

Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

ComcastMaurice, I do understand that as of this time that Paypal is not an option for payment.  However, in the future, perhaps Comcast can make it an option.  I know that I'm not the only person who would appreciate it.

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Re: Can I pay my bill with PayPal?

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