What happens when you get a refund on your credit card and your balance is already at zero?

For example, I purchased 2 flights for £192 so on my credit card, the balance is £192. I have subsequently paid off this £192 through repayments. 2 months later I am thinking of cancelling the flights altogether because I can no longer afford it.

So my question is, how does a company refund a credit card that already has a zero balance? does the refund show as +£192 above zero on my credit card statement?

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4 Responses to “What happens when you get a refund on your credit card and your balance is already at zero?”

  1. Paul C said:

    yes +, you are bright boy

  2. claire.1611 said:

    no it will just show as £192. not +.
    For instance if u add £192 and 0 you get £192

  3. Zosh said:

    The money is distributed to the credit card company’s executives as an incentive for legally robbing their customers of their hard-earned money.

  4. bdb172 said:

    It will tell you, you have 172 more above your credit limit then it is normally.
    if you dont use the credit card before your next statement they will automatically mail you a check. you can always request a check from them too if you want the money back sooner.




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