You can pay your L.L.Bean credit bill online, by phone, or via mail. Making a payment online is the easiest way. On the L.L.Bean website, you can sign in and make a one-time payment or set up a monthly automatic payment.
You can call 1-866-484-2614 to pay by phone with a debit card. Simply follow the prompts to make a payment through the automated system.
Alternately, you can send your payment by regular mail. Send a check or money order, along with the payment coupon from your billing statement, to: P.O. Box 9001068 / Louisville, KY 40290-1068.
L.L.Bean Credit Card applicants generally need at least good credit for approval, which means a score of at least 700. However, your credit score isn’t the only metric that counts, as issuers also consider a variety of other factors, including your income and existing debt obligations.
Furthermore, it’s worth noting that credit scores can change quite a bit in a short period of time. So if you want to apply at the most opportune time, you may want to … read full answersign up for WalletHub, which is the only service that offers free credit scores that are updated on a daily basis.
The L.L. Bean credit card rental car insurance benefit was cancelled by Citi in fall 2019, so don't count on this card to cover your rental car if something happens to it.
For a card with rental car insurance, you might be interested in the Capital One Quicksilver card. It has rental car insurance that covers damage, theft, towing fees, and loss of use, plus it gives 1.5% Cash Back on all purchases. You have to make the full rental purchase with the Quicksilver card and decline any extra insurance offered by the rental company for the card's coverage to kick in.… read full answer
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