I'm somewhat old fashioned when it comes to bills: I pay them by cheque and get the cancelled cheque back from the bank.Why? I suppose I like the physical proof the cancelled cheque provides. The one time in my life that a payment was disputed, I told the company I have the cancelled cheque right here in my hand and they immediately backed down. But cheques from CIBC are costing about 40 cents a piece now and I'm thinking of going to on-line payment for the monthly bills.For those who pay their regular bills on-line, what actual proof of payment do you get (other than a debit line in your bank statement) and have youever had to offer this proof in a dispute?
I did not find the right solution from the internet.
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