You can pay most bills with a Capital One credit card directly, including cell phone bills, insurance premiums, magazine subscriptions, streaming services, cable and internet, medical bills, tax bills, and more. Paying bills with a credit card works like making regular purchases in most if not all cases. However, if you use your credit card to pay bills you can't afford, you could end up paying a lot in interest.
Please take into account that some bills don’t generally accept credit cards for payment. Those include rent and mortgage payments, car loan payments, and credit card bills.
However, you can pay some of these bills with a credit card by using third-party services, such as Plastiq, PayPal, RadPad (for rent only), or Paytm. These third-party apps charge a fee to send payments with a credit card, ranging from 2% to 3%, so make sure the benefits outweigh this cost.
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