Here’s how you can reach the Lane Bryant Credit Card customer service:
By phone: The Lane Bryant Credit Card phone number for the customer service department is (800) 888-4163.
Online: You can contact them via Live Chat, where agents are available with no wait.
By email: The “E-mail Us” form at their website is also really fast, as someone will get back to you in due time.
Keep in mind that you can speak with a Lane Bryant Credit Card customer care representative, either over the phone or through Live Chat, from 8AM to 10 PM Monday through Saturday EST and 10AM to 10PM on Sunday EST.
Here’s how you can pay your Lane Bryant Credit Card:
Online: Just log in to your Lane Bryant Credit Card online account using your credentials.
EasyPay: You can also pay as a guest, by using EasyPay. You will just need to provide your credit card account number, ZIP or postal code, and the last four digits of your Social Security Number (SSN). Easy Pay also accepts Social Insurance Numbers (SIN) or Alternate Identification (AIN).
Phone: If you prefer to make a payment over the phone, call customer service at (800) 888-4163.
Mail: Ultimately, you can send a check or money order (but not cash) to the following address: Comenity-Lane Bryant PO Box 659728 San Antonio, TX 78265-9728
If you’d rather send your payment via mail, make sure to do it at least 5 days before your due date to avoid being charged with a late fee.
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