Mogul of Pineapples wrote:I doubt it would be possible to charge car payments to your credit card or at least I have never heard of an auto finance company allowing cards for payment. I do charge my insurance to my credit card and would recommend doing that to get some points.
During the housing bubble Amex allowed members to charge mortgages to their card with a couple major lenders for a one-time fee. Think how many points you would be getting on that, ha!
It might even be possible to travel the whole world for free with those accumulated points, lol.
Also, I know this has probably been asked a million times, but how does a "no limit" credit card affect ones credit score/report since there is no limit to report? I have read answers ranging from "the bureaus don't factor in these types of cards when calculating ones credit score" to "the bureaus use the highest historically reported amount spent on the card and use that as a limit."