The due date is the last date, where your payment must be received by the credit card issuing bank, and will always be listed on the Invoice Sheet. Usually, credit card issuing banks always warn that payment of bills is made several days (usually 2-3 days) before the due date. The reason is that you avoid late fees. Payments made through various available channels take about 2-3 days to enter the credit card account and may take longer if there are holidays.
In addition to being subject to late fees, payment of bills that have just passed past the due date will also result in you being charged a fairly large interest rate. So, as an anticipatory step, it’s a good idea to pay your credit card bills about 5 to 7 days before the due date. If you feel your bill is too big and you are confused about how to pay it, you can visit our website and we will help with credit card debt.