Free Airline Tickets and Other Rewards Not Far Away; Just Pay Your Bills

Share Article allows users to pay any bill with a credit card. Users can earn airline miles and rewards or just manage their monthly cash flow by paying any bill with credit. has launched a website ( allowing users to pay any bill, loan or rent payment easily and securely online with their credit card.

“It doesn’t matter if the company you’re paying accepts cards or not,” states Michael Wiseman, CEO. “We’ve built a site that makes every bill payable with credit.”

Seeing a healthy growth in the bill payment sector, Wiseman and his staff keep their sights focused on two groups of credit card users: Savvy users who enjoy paying with credit just to rack up airline miles and rewards and budget users who lean on the additional credit to float them until payday.

It seems each credit card now boasts an incentive program. From airline miles to reward points usable with different retailers, and even cash back and credit towards new cars, there seems to be something for everyone.

“Paying your bills is a tedious and time-consuming task even with traditional online bill payment companies, which don’t allow you to pay with credit,” comments Wiseman. “We just want to make sure you earn something in return for your time. A free ticket to Hawaii just by paying 6 months of rent isn’t a bad trade-off, in my view.”

Additionally, is swiftly simplifying rent collection for property owners and management companies nationwide by making it possible for renters to now pay with credit cards and direct monthly debit (ACH).

“Most apartment complexes and management companies that we poll don’t accept credit card payments purely because it cuts into their budget by having to pay hefty merchant charges,” Wiseman says. “We have now customized a program that allows companies who want to accept cards from tenants to do so, with no fees to them.”

“We have already seen that consumers like the rewards that credit cards offer, indicated by the number of incentive cards out there,” Wiseman reports. “Now is the time to harness the power of those programs.”

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