Yes, you could get a merchant account with Paypal, use your credit card to pay yourself, and build your credit. It would cost money - you don't get to keep 100% of what you charge. Overall, I don't know if this would be any less expensive than taking a cash advance. It would work, but it probably isn't a good idea. Just stick to charging a tank of gas per month and you will be fine. You would have bought the gas anyway, so that doesn't cost you money. -->Adam
by great_and_mighty_adam_levine - a day ago
If your talking about running it through a business, sure it would.
by SPIFIMAN1 - a day ago
You would have to get a merchant account from a credit card company in order to accept your own credit card. So if you need to build credit, then chances are not good that you will be granted a merchant account. No joke.
by dkarlsenyh - a day ago
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