The Chase Slate payment address is:
P.O. Box 6294
Carol Stream, IL 60197-6294
Cardholders can send a check or money order to this address to pay their Chase Slate bill. Chase will not accept cash payments by mail.
Cardholders who want to mail their Chase Slate payments should do so well in advance of the due date. Chase will consider the date the payment is received, not the date it’s postmarked, when determining whether it is on time. So, it’s best to mail the payment at least 7 days before the due date to be safe – the sooner the better.
Alternatively, you can choose to send an overnight mail. The address is:
Chase Card Services
201 N. Walnut Street
Wilmington, DE 19801
Here are some other Chase Slate payment methods:
Keep in mind that mailing a check to the Chase Slate payment address isn’t the only way to pay your Chase Slate bill. It’s also possible to pay online, by phone at (800) 436-7958, through the Chase mobile app or at a Chase ATM or branch. All of these methods are much faster than paying by mail.
One other important thing to note is that Chase Slate payments are always credited the day they’re received (meaning Chase considers them to be paid then). However, if you make a payment after 8 p.m. EST, it typically won’t be posted (show up in your account and be reflected in your balance) until the next day.
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