Online: Log in to your account and click on “Make a Payment”. Then, add your bank account and routing number as a payment account. After that, complete your payment by choosing the date and amount in the Payments section.
Over the phone: Call (866) 308-0681 and provide your card number or Social Security number. Then, follow the prompts to make a payment.
Via mail: Send your check or money order, along with your statement’s payment coupon to:
Comenity Bank PO Box 659705 San Antonio, TX 78265
Be sure to put your card number on your check or money order for easy processing.
In person: To make a Burkes Outlet Credit Card payment at a Burkes Outlet store, go to the customer service desk and ask to pay your credit card bill. You can pay with cash, check, or debit card. You will need your credit card, a valid photo I.D., and your monthly credit card statement.
If you choose to make a payment via mail, make sure to always send it at least 5-7 days before your due date.
Ultimately, it is also worth noting that the issuer allows Burkes Outlet Credit Card members to set up automatic payments as well.
There isn't an official Burkes Outlet Credit Card income requirement. But you must have some form of income. The issuer has to make sure that you're able to repay your balance. All in all, the income won't affect your approval odds but will affect your credit limit.
You can cancel a Burkes Outlet credit card by calling their customer service line at 866-308-0681. Still, think twice before you close it: there's no annual fee, so keeping it around won't cost anything.
Also, once it's closed, your score will likely take a hit from of the new credit utilization ratio and shortened average account age.… read full answer
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