You can make a Burkes Credit Card payment in person at a Burkes Outlet store, online at the Burkes Comenity website, by mail, or by phone. Paying online is the easiest way to do it. Just log in or register for online access here and add your bank account and routing number as a payment account. Then, make your payment by choosing the date and amount in the Payments section.
To make a Burkes Credit Card payment by phone, call 1-866-308-0681 and provide your card number or Social Security number, then follow the directions. Mailing in a payment is an option, too. Simply mail 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.
Lastly, you can always pay in-person at a Burkes Outlet store, as long as you have the credit card, a valid photo I.D., and your monthly credit card statement with you. Go to the customer service desk and ask to pay your credit card bill. You can pay with cash, check, or debit card.
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