You can get in touch with JetBlue Card’s customer service over the phone at (866) 928-3104. You can also reach the JetBlue Card customer service team online, through the issuer’s mobile app, or via mail.
Here’s how to reach the JetBlue Card customer service:
Online: To contact JetBlue Card customer service online, sign in to your account and send secure messages.
By phone: You can also contact them by calling (866) 928-3104 or the number on the back of your card. To get in touch with a representative, enter your card number or the last 4 digits of your Social Security number. Then, follow the prompts to get connected to customer service.
Through the mobile app: You can also get in touch with them by using the issuer’s app for iOS and Android.
Via mail: To contact customer service via mail, send your correspondence to the following address:
Card Services P.O. Box 8801 Wilmington, DE 19899-8801
Calling is the fastest way to get in touch with the JetBlue Card customer service because you can talk to a live rep 24/7. Sending a secure message is also quite fast, as they will try to get back to you within 24 hours.
How to check your JetBlue Card application status:
Online: To check your status online, go to the issuer’s dedicated web page. Then, enter your last name, the last 4 digits of your Social Security number, your zip code, and your email address. After that, click on “Check Status” for an update on your JetBlue Card application. … read full answer
Over the phone: Call (877) 523-0478 and follow the prompts to get connected to a customer service representative.
Approved applicants will get their new JetBlue Card within 14 days of approval. If you’re denied, you’ll receive a letter in the mail within 30 days explaining why.
If your application wasn’t approved, you may call the issuer’s Credit Card Department at (866) 408-4064 and ask for reconsideration. You'll have a chance to make your case and to explain why the issuer should reconsider your JetBlue Card application. The line is open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
To talk to Barclays customer service, call (866) 928-8598 and wait to speak with a Barclays representative. The representative should be able to answer your questions or direct you to the appropriate department for more information.
You can report a lost JetBlue Credit Card by calling their customer service phone number at 866-928-3104.
You will be asked to verify your identity. After the automated customer service voice gives a summary of your account, you’ll be asked what you’d like to do. To speak to a JetBlue card customer service representative, press “0” after your account summary, or say “Talk to a customer service representative.”… read full answer
The issuer offers $0 fraud liability. That means that once the fraud is verified, you won't owe anything for unauthorized charges that are made on a lost or stolen card.
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