Online: To pay your BP Credit Card bill online, log in to your online account. From there, you can add your bank account and routing number as a payment source. You will be able to set up a one-time payment or automatic monthly payments.
Over the phone: To make a BP Credit Card payment over the phone, call (888) 397-1520. Follow the directions given by the automated system. Also, be sure to have your credit card handy for verification purposes.
Via mail: Finally, you can mail a check or money order (but not cash) to:
Bankcard Payment Processing PO Box 2557 Omaha, NE 68103-2557
Before you send your payment, write your BP account number in the memo line.
If you choose to make a payment via mail, make sure to always send it at least 5-7 days before your due date.
BP/SYNCB refers to the BP credit card, issued by Synchrony Bank. Synchrony Bank is one of the largest issuers of store credit cards.
The company was originally called "GE Capital Retail Bank," but changed its name. For this reason, many accounts will show up as new - even if only the name has changed.… read full answer
If you believe the new account or credit inquiry is fraudulent, and you do not own or didn't apply for a BP credit card, contact the credit bureau that issued your credit report to submit a dispute. You can also contact Synchrony Bank to get to the bottom of what happened and close any unauthorized accounts opened in your name.
The minimum BP Gas Card credit score requirement was 640+. This means at least fair credit was required to get this card. However, BP Gas Card is no longer available to new applicants.
Alternative Credit Card Option
If you’re looking for a credit card for gas purchases, you should consider getting the ExxonMobil Gas Card. This card requires at least fair credit (a credit score of 640+) for approval.… read full answer
The BP Credit Card rewards are 30¢ off per gallon for 60 first days, and 15¢ off per gallon after your first 60 days, plus 5 points per $1 spent on non-fuel purchases at bp and Amoco, 3 points per $1 spent on groceries and dining purchases, and 1 point per $1 spent on all other purchases. This card is on the Visa network and can be used anywhere Visa is accepted.
BP Credit Card Rewards Info
Earn 30¢ off per gallon for 60 days after account opening. And 15¢ off per gallon after your first 60 days.
Earn 5% cash back (5 points per $1) on non-fuel purchases at bp and Amoco; 3% cash back (3 points per $1) on groceries and on dining. Get 1% cash back (1 point per $1) on all other qualifying purchases.
Redeem points for cash back, account statement credit, gift cards from major retailers, travel experiences and more.
There is no limit on the number of points that can be earned. Points expire after the fifth anniversary of when they were awarded.
It is worth noting that cash back rewards are applied to your BP Credit Card account within 2 billing cycles from the billing period in which they were earned. Finance charges and fees do not earn cash back. Cash back rewards are forfeited if your account is closed for any reason.… read full answershow less
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