You can make a Synchrony Bank credit card payment online, over the phone, or by mail with a check or money order. Synchrony also accepts payment by Western Union, bill payment checks from banks, and Walmart Bill Pay. The easiest way to pay a Synchrony credit card bill is online. After you’ve logged in, click "Payments,” then, “Make a Payment.” Select the payment amount, date and your preferred checking account to pay from. After reviewing your payment, click "Submit."… read full answer
You can also mail in a Synchrony credit card payment. For store credit cards (also called “private label” cards), send a check or money order to: Synchrony Bank / P.O. Box 960061 / Orlando, FL 32896-0061. For Visa cards and Mastercards, send payment to: Synchrony Bank / P.O. Box 960013 / Orlando, FL 32896-0013.
To pay your Synchrony Bank credit card bill over the phone, call the number on the back of your credit card, or find your card’s customer service phone number on the Synchrony website. Make sure to have your credit card handy to verify your account information. Also be aware that Synchrony may charge a fee to pay by phone, and the fee amount may vary from card to card.
Once you’ve made a payment – or in the case of mailed payments, once Synchrony receives it – it will post to your account within 48 hours.
You can check your Belk Rewards credit card balance online or you can download the Belk app where you can manage your credit card account, schedule payments and make purchases. For technical support, call 866-560-4456.
Alternatively, call 877-295-2080 to check your Belk Rewards credit card balance by phone.
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