You can make a Chase Freedom payment online, by phone (1-800-432-3117), through the Chase mobile app or at a Chase branch. You can also mail a check, along with your name and account number, to: Cardmember Services, P.O. Box 6294, Carol Stream, IL 60197-6294.
If Chase receives your Freedom card payment before 8 PM ET, your payment will be credited and posted the same day. The only exception is Saturday, in which case it will post Sunday evening. If Chase receives your payment between 8 PM ET and 11:59 PM ET, it will be credited the same day but posted the next day. The exception is Friday, in which case it will post Sunday evening.
Making a Chase Freedom payment is pretty simple, and there plenty of options for doing so.
Here’s how to make a Chase Freedom payment:
Online: Log in to your Chase online account on the online payment page. You’ll need to enter the amount you want to pay and the account from which you’ll be withdrawing the money. You can also schedule the payment to go out on or be delivered by a certain day.
Phone: Call customer service at 1-800-432-3117. Enter your full 16-digit account number. Listen for the menu option for making a payment and press the corresponding key. Enter your payment information when prompted.
Chase mobile app: Download the app from the Apple or Google Play store. Log in to the app using the same information as your online account. Select “Pay Bills.” Tap “Schedule Payment.” You can then select the accounts you want to pay to and from. You can also schedule the payment by picking a “Send on” or “Deliver By” date.
Chase branch: Go to your local branch and ask the teller to help you make a payment. Be sure you have the information ready for the account from which you want to withdraw the money.
Mail: Send a check, along with your name and the number of the account you’re making a payment to, to Cardmember Services, P.O. Box 6294, Carol Stream, IL 60197-6294. Do not send cash, as Chase does not allow cash payments.
Overall, it’s fastest to make a Chase Freedom payment either online or by phone. But if you go to a branch, you have the benefit of a professional helping you. And by mail, you can get a certified record of the transaction. Go with whatever Chase Freedom payment method serves you best.
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