Here is how to make a Chase Freedom Unlimited payment:
Online: You can make a payment by signing in to your online account or mobile app. Online payments made before 8 p.m. will generally be credited and posted on the same day, with some exceptions. You can also enroll in automatic payments and link a bank account specifying how much you’d like to pay (e.g., minimum due, your statement balance or a fixed amount) on your due date.
By phone: Simply call Chase at (800) 436-7958 and use the automated phone service to make a payment.
The Chase Freedom minimum payment is $40 or 1% of your revolving balance, plus interest and fees – whichever is greater. If your balance is less than $40, your Chase Freedom minimum payment equals the amount you owe. All Chase credit cards have the same minimum payment policies.
Your Chase Freedom minimum payment will always be listed on your monthly statement. And if you don’t want to wait until then, you can find out what it is by calling Chase customer service at … read full answer(800) 432-3117.
Here’s what your Chase Freedom minimum payment will be:
Balance below $40: Minimum payment equals balance
Balance of $40 to $4,000: Minimum payment equals $40
Balance over $4,000+: Minimum payment equals 1% of the balance, plus interest and fees
As long as you make Chase Freedom’s minimum payment by the due date each month, your account will remain in good standing.
Always paying your monthly minimum on time will help your credit score. But you need to pay your balance in full every month to avoid interest.
Online: Log in with your online credentials and click the “Pay card” link next to the credit card you want to pay. Next, choose how much you want to pay. You can choose to pay your current balance, your minimum payment due, or a custom amount. Pick your payment date, and the payment account you’d like to pay from. Then, click “Pay this bill.”
Chase Mobile app: You can also make a Chase credit card payment on the Chase Mobile app, which works much the same way as an online payment.
Over the phone: You can also pay your Amazon.com Credit Card bill over the phone. Call (800) 436-7958 and follow the prompts from Chase’s automated system.
At a Chase ATM or branch: Alternately, you can pay your credit card at an ATM or inside any Chase bank branch.
By mail: If you’d rather mail your Chase payment, send a check or money order (with your account number written on the memo line) and your payment coupon to:
Cardmember Services P.O. Box 6294 Carol Stream, IL 60197-6294
Chase Card Services 201 N. Walnut Street De1-0153 Wilmington, DE 19801
Via Western Union: Lastly, for Western Union payments, use the Code City WALNUT. Keep in mind that it may take up to 7 days before the payment is reflected on your account.
Keep in mind that payments via regular mail take a long time to post. So, in order to avoid being late, always send your payments at least 5-7 days before your due date.
To pay a Chase credit card by phone, call (800) 436-7958 or the number on the back of your credit card. When prompted, enter your credit card number and how much you’d like to pay. The automated system will guide you through the process of making a payment.
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