The Capital One business credit card payment address is Capital One, Attn: Payment Processing, PO Box 71083, Charlotte, NC 28272-1083. This is the address to mail all Capital One credit card payments, not just those for business credit cards.
Cardholders can send either a check or a money order to this address in order to pay their credit card bill. Capital One will not accept payments of cash by mail. For the fastest processing time on the payment, Capital One recommends that cardholders write their card number on their check or money order.
Make sure to mail any Capital One business credit card payments well in advance of your due date. Capital One will determine whether the payment is late based on when they receive it, not when the mail is postmarked.
If you want to overnight your payment rather than sending it by regular mail, the proper Capital One business credit card payment address is Capital One, Attn: Payment Processing, 6125 Lakeview Rd, Suite 800, Charlotte, NC 28269. Capital One recommends that you do not use USPS priority mail for overnight payments, but rather an express service like FedEx, UPS or DHL.
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