Double-Cycle Billing

Double-cycle billing is the process that allows credit card companies to add interest for two consecutive months as opposed to only the previous month is known as double-cycle billing. This process will eliminate any grace period for those customers who had paid their remaining balance in the previous billing cycle. Sometimes known as two-cycle billing, this practice was banned in 2009 by the Credit Card Accountability, Responsibility and Disclosure Act.

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