Your Credit One credit card payment will post on the same day it is received, as long as you submit it before 2 pm, PT Monday-Sunday. Payments processed between 2pm and 5pm PT will post the following night at midnight, but they will be backdated to the original payment date. All payments processed after 5pm PT will process the next business day.
Here’s are the Credit One credit card posting dates:
Payments made by 2:00pm (Pacific Time) Sunday through Friday will post that same day, displaying online the following business day.
Payments made after 2:00pm (Pacific Time) and before 5:00pm (Pacific Time) will post on the next business night and be back-dated to the actual date received, displaying online the following business day.
Payments received after 5:00pm (Pacific Time) Saturday through Thursday will post and display online the following business day.
Payments received after 5:00pm (Pacific Time) Friday and before 2:00pm (Pacific Time) Saturday will post on Sunday and be back-dated to Saturday and display online the following business day.
When you submit a Credit One credit card payment, it is important to note that when a payment posts to your account, the amount submitted for payment will not immediately be available. Posting only means the payment has been processed and your account will reflect that payment was made. It can take another day or two for a new payment to be reflected in your available credit.
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