Cardholders can make an ExxonMobil Credit Card payment online, over the phone, via the Exxon Mobil app, or by mail. The easiest way to make an Exxon Mobil Credit Card payment is online. You can manage your account here, no matter which Exxon card you have. Simply create your account, log in, and navigate to the payments section. You will be able to add a bank account, choose the payment date, and make a payment.
To pay your ExxonMobil Credit Card bill over the phone, call 1-800-344-4355 and follow the prompts to enter either your credit card number or your Social Security number. From there, you’ll be able to make a payment through the automated system.
Using the Exxon Mobil app to make a payment is also an option. Open the app, select “Account,” then tap “Payment Method.” You’ll be given the option to add a new payment method. From there, you’ll be able to add your checking account and routing number. They will make 2 small deposits into your checking account to verify it, so check your account over the next few days so you can enter the amounts of the deposits in the app for confirmation. Alternately, you can use Apple Pay, Samsung Pay, Masterpass, or other accepted digital wallet apps to make your payment.
To mail an Exxon Mobil Credit Card payment, send a check or money order with your statement payment coupon to: ExxonMobil / P.O. Box 78072 / Phoenix, AZ 85062-8072. If the address on your payment coupon is different than this address, use the one on your payment coupon.
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