I have spent a lot of time trying to decipher the confusing text on the line at the casino pay by phone bill, and have spent even more trying to figure out the terms associated with the different types of pay by phone bills. The worst part of it all is that I have discovered that the most confusing number on the bill is the one associated with the “CASH ONLY” option.
The CASH ONLY option is the most confusing of all pay by phone bills because the amount you actually pay is spelled out for you. If you don’t want to pay in full, just put out a CASH ONLY option. I tried to get more info on how the CASH ONLY option works, but the text on the bill is pretty confusing.
You can also use the CASH ONLY option if you want to pay in full, but if you don’t put it in the bill, it doesn’t look that weird or mysterious. The CASH ONLY option usually means you can pay by phone bill as long as you pay by phone bill.
This is an interesting option to add because many people dont use the CASH ONLY option. Some people just go directly from their bank account to their phone so they dont have to use CASH ONLY. Other people just use a pay by phone bill option. I have no idea if this is the case for you, but it is one way to pay for a phone bill.
This is one of those options that you can always pay by CASH ONLY. If you use a CASH ONLY option, it does not look weird. If you use a normal phone bill option, it does not look weird either. I tend to just use the normal phone bill option since it seems like a lot less hassle to just pay in person if you dont have to use CASH ONLY.
I have a few other issues going on. I pay online and have to pay by phone, I pay by credit card, and I pay by PayPal. I have no idea what the other two are. I also pay by phone bill. I like to think that I pay by phone bill because I feel like there is something inherently weird about paying with cash and then paying by bill. I really do not know what the other two options are, but I find that they make my life easier.
It’s also worth noting that the casino pay by phone bill option is only available for US residents. It’s a limited time offer, so if you live outside the US you should probably wait until the next time you have the phone bill option.
The reality is that these options are only available for the American citizens, and that includes the US citizens. In other words, the real question is why do you pay by phone bill in order to get cash and then get a free card or check, and it’s a simple question.
There are very few banks that offer these services. Most of them either refuse to do it because they are not interested in being the bank for everyone, or they don’t do it because they simply don’t have the technology to offer it. The only bank who I know of that offered the pay by phone bill service to the US citizens is SunTrust and that is a bad company.
I had a bank teller tell me that the bank was offering this, and that they were working on it. Unfortunately SunTrust is not actually working on it, but there is a possibility that others will. Not really sure why SunTrust would want to offer phone bill services to the US citizens, and no other banks do that either.