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Make a deposit
Here is an example to help you understand how to make a one-time invoice deposit. In order to make a one-time payment: In the Invoicing section, go to whether you want to make a request for settlement. Make a one-time payment. You can also register for automatic payments at this point. Specify your pay information and the date of your purchase and click Next.
Verify your billing information to complete the billing transaction. Deliveries made or planned after the due date may involve delayed charges and/or debt collecting activities. Once a transaction is planned, you will be notified by e-mail to the e-mail we have in the log. In order to reverse a one-time lump sum due in the future:
In the Invoicing section, choose Reverse Invoice. Choose Reverse for confirmation.
Paid your charter communications bill
To help you make your bar, cheque or debit cards easy to pay to your ISP, we are open in the evening and on the weekend when other Charter Communications sites are shut. You will also receive evidence of your incoming funds so that you can be sure that your funds have been shipped on schedule. Simply take your Charter Communications bill slip with you and your bank details and your bank or credit cards to pay the bill and charge - our dedicated staff will take good care of the rest.
Your Charter Communications payment with us is swift, easy and comfortable, but we also have many other advantages. Spectrum's branded Charter Communications is America's fasted expanding TV, ISP and telephone group. The company, which serves more than 26 million subscribers in over 40 countries, recently combined with Time Warner cable and bright house networks to deliver wire and wireless connectivity to small and medium sized companies across the United States.
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