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    Is it possible to do this? I am talking, just the one month, I need £150 only, because the way my pay works out, I won't get paid for 3 weeks yet, and I don't have the money to pay the rent in two days time. I will be getting a massive paycheck though on my next payday due to extra hours, so would be able to pay it off straight away.

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    Go for it and if they don't accept card just go to a cash machine and withdraw the money using the credit card and pay with the cash, just be careful as there are extra fees for doing this.
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    If the landlord accepts credit cards then sure go for it, i'd dissagree with tehfrances advice on withdrawing the cash though from a credit card as it counts as a 'cash advance' not just a standard charge and youll be charged for it and immediatly start paying interest on it.
    Im assuming since youre a student though you should have an overdraft facility in place so could you use that if you havent maxed it out? failing that id ask family/friends for a loan

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