The easiest way you can pay your Burlington Credit Card is online, by either signing in to your account or by using EasyPay as a guest. There’s also the option to pay over the phone, by calling (877) 213-6741. Alternatively, you can send your payments via mail. You cannot pay your Burlington Credit Card in store.
Here’s how you can pay your Burlington Credit Card:
Online: To make a Burlington Credit Card payment online, log in to your account using your credentials.
EasyPay: You can also pay your credit card using EasyPay. You will just need to give your credit card account number, your ZIP or postal code and the last four digits of either your Social Security Number (SSN), Social Insurance Number (SIN), or Alternate Identification (AIN).
Phone: If you prefer to pay your Burlington Credit Card bill over the phone, call customer service at (877) 213-6741.
Mail: To pay your credit card via mail, send a check or money order (but not cash) to the following address:
Comenity Capital Bank
PO Box 650967
Dallas, TX 75265-0967
If you choose to make a payment via mail, make sure to always send it at least 5-7 days before your due date.
You can pay your Comenity Bank credit card bill online, over the phone, or via mail. Just keep in mind that each credit card issued by Comenity has a different sign-in portal, as well as a different customer service phone number. And payment addresses can vary as well.
You can search for your co-branded credit card’s contact information on Comenity’s … read full answerwebsite. Additionally, you can find the customer service phone number on the back of your card. Also, to make sure you have the right payment address, call customer service to ask about it. Alternatively, you can also check your monthly statements for the right address.
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