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Is it a bad idea to pay in cash? - July 28th 2015, 09:06 PM

I need to pay my rent soon but my card isn't working. I can transfer money to my partner's card and then take it out in cash because I already have the transfer set up, but I can't set up an online transfer to my landlord because I need my card to do that. Is it ok to pay him in cash (I'm pretty sure he accepts cash) or would it be better to go down to the bank and manually set up a transfer? I don't have much energy or mobility so going to the bank is a big deal and I only want to do it if I really have to.


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Re: Is it a bad idea to pay in cash? - July 28th 2015, 09:09 PM

Could you contact your landlord and see if paying with cash is okay?
   
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Re: Is it a bad idea to pay in cash? - July 28th 2015, 11:34 PM

The problem with how you pay rent can result in problematic issues later. I am not sure if you're landlord takes cash, if they do, ask for a receipt, this is proof that you paid and have them sign it. That way they can't say you never paid. This covers all angles.

Some places won't accept cash or credit. Where I rent they can't accept cash or credit, it's either a check, money order, debit, or online banking.

Is it possible to give them a call or speak to them in person?

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