You cannot get a Kohl's Credit Card virtual credit card number through Capital One. Because the Kohl's Credit Card is a store card, it isn’t on a major credit card network, which makes the card ineligible for popular virtual card number services like Click to Pay.
To get virtual versions of a credit card, the card must be on one of these major credit card networks: Visa, Mastercard, or American Express.
You can make a Kohl's Credit Card payment online, by phone, through the Capital One mobile app, by mail or at a branch. To pay a Kohl's Credit Card bill online, log in to your online account and click on “Pay My Bill.” Then, choose how much to pay, when to pay it, and where the payment is coming from. Capital One does allow cardholders to set up automatic payments, too.… read full answer
Ways to Make a Kohl's Credit Card Payment
By phone: Call 1-855-564-5748 and enter your card information when prompted.
Online: Log in to your online account and click on “Pay My Bill.”
Through the mobile app: Log in to your account and select your card, then tap “Make Payment.”
By mail: Send a check or money order (but not cash) to Kohl’s / P.O. Box 60043 / City of Industry, CA 91716. Make sure to send it early enough that it will arrive by the due date. Write your credit card number on the check, too.
At a branch: You can make a payment at any Capital One branch during normal business hours.
At a store: You can make a payment at any Kohl's location.
The customer service phone number for Kohl's Credit Card is (855) 564-5748. You can call customer service from Monday through Saturday from 7 a.m. until 9 p.m. CT and on Sundays, from 10 a.m. until 8 p.m. CT.
You can also use Kohl's online chat function on their website to get help around the Kohl's Credit Card. You can either chat with Kohl's Virtual Assistant or get connected with a live agent. Simply click the "Ask Us" button in the bottom right corner of the page.… read full answer
You can find more contact information on their website . For account management, including bill payments, viewing statements, and more, simply log in to your online account.
Some of the best instant virtual credit cards are Masterpass by Mastercard and Visa Checkout, as they both support credit cards from any network. In other words, they function just like a virtual card from a credit card issuer, but anyone can sign up.
But a number of major credit card issuers offer the ability to instantly get a virtual credit card, including Capital One, Chase and Wells Fargo. Credit card issuers’ virtual card programs, though, are limited only to their own customers.… read full answer
A virtual credit card is a unique card number, with an expiration date and security code to use when making purchases online (and sometimes in-store). Cardholders can instantly create such a card by using the issuer’s online tool or app.
The virtual card’s details replace the actual card information at checkout, but the purchase still gets charged to the customer’s credit card account. The point of this is that if the merchant’s records are compromised, people who gain access to those records will only have the virtual card details. That information can’t be used anywhere else and the cardholder’s real card information is safe.
So, credit card issuers that offer instant virtual credit cards typically let you create one for each merchant you use, for free. And it’s worthwhile because it adds an extra layer of security to all your transactions.
Where to Get Instant Virtual Credit Cards:
American Express Checkout: Amex provides a unique card number at checkout that can only be used at that merchant. It can only be used at select merchants like Walmart, Staples, Sears and Avis.
Capital One Eno: Lets you create a different virtual card number for each merchant. You can fill this information in instead of your regular card number at any website.
Chase Pay: Gives a virtual card for both online and in-store purchases wherever the Chase Pay logo appears. Places that accept it include Shop Rite, Best Buy, GAP, Walmart and Shell.
Citi Virtual Account Numbers: Available on some Citi cards. Log in to your Citi account to see if you are eligible. It generates unique card information to use at any merchant’s online checkout.
Wells Fargo Wallet: Works for payment at millions of participating merchants online and in-person. It offers a unique number to replace your actual credit card info during payment.
Masterpass: Allows people with cards from any network to shop online with a unique number for each merchant. Participating merchants include Dunkin Donuts, Office Depot and Walgreens.
Visa Checkout: Supports credit cards from any network and provides a unique payment token when checking out online. Participating merchants include Walmart, Staples and Marriott.
In an age of big data breaches and more and more advanced forms of fraud, it’s a good idea to be a step ahead by getting an instant virtual credit card whenever you shop online.
Not all credit card companies are fully embracing virtual card numbers, though. For example, Bank of America had a virtual card number program called Shop Safe but discontinued it in September 2019. Fortunately, there are several virtual wallet services that you can join no matter which bank or credit union issued your credit card.
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