The Chase Freedom Flex customer service phone number is 1-800-432-3117. After calling, enter the full 16-digit card number to get connected to a representative. For lost, stolen or damaged cards, or to check your application status, press pound instead to be directed to the right menu.
If your card isn’t lost or stolen but you don’t have it with you, try pressing the “0” key twice rapidly. That should transfer you to a representative. The representative can locate your account using your Social Security number.
The Chase Freedom Flex customer service mailing address is: Card Services, P.O. Box 15298, Wilmington, DE 19850. You can ask them any question you’d ask over the phone, but it’s much easier – and faster – to call. This address is most useful for sending Chase any requested information when filing a billing dispute.
There are a lot of different things that Chase Freedom Flex customer service can do for you. They can help with anything from making payments to putting a hold on your account if you suspect fraud. They can correct statement errors, give information about card benefits or troubleshoot problems with your online account. Customer service can also send a replacement card, help add or remove an authorized user, evaluate you for a credit limit increase or close your account.
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The Chase Freedom Flex customer service line is available with a live representative 24/7. So if you have any kind of issue with your account, there will always be someone to assist you. Multiple user reviews on Chase Freedom Flex mention the customer service being helpful.
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