Why don't you just let Citi pull the money and do pay in full from there?
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In my experience, "current amount due" is the previous statement balance less any interim payments or credits. With respect to the effect on interest being imposed, it's the same as paying the statement balance in full.alx wrote: ↑Thu Mar 19, 2020 5:16 pmI question on: "Auto Bill Pay your eBill" for credit cards.
I don't know if each credit card would be different. Mine is for Citi Double Cash MasterCard.
The form gives me one option for "Pay the following amount based on each eBill:"
The option is "Current Ammount Due" and there's a checked radio button in front of it.
I worry that this means the minimal amount due rather than pay the full bill.
What is your experience?