To be considered eligible for the AARP Rewards Credit Card, you’ll need a credit score of at least 700 (good credit). An adequate credit score won’t guarantee your approval, though. The issuer will also consider other factors when looking at your application, such as your income and existing debts.
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When paying Chase credit card bills by mail, be sure to submit either a check or money order for the payment amount. Chase does not accept cash.
Tips for Mailing Chase Credit Card Payments
Include your credit card number on your payment to avoid processing delays.… read full answer
Allow enough time for Chase to receive your payment on or before the due date, or it will be considered late.
Send your payment via overnight mail, if necessary. The Chase overnight payment address is:
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Credit card payments by mail take the longest to process of all the available payment methods.
Other Chase Credit Card Payment Methods
You can also submit a payment from your online account, through the Chase mobile app, or by calling customer service at (800) 436-7958. Chase also allows in-person payments at local Chase branches. Refer to your card's terms and conditions or cardmember agreement for any additional locations that accept in-person payments.
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