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The easiest way you can pay your Merrick Bank credit card is online, either through the Cardholder Center, or by using the goMobile app. Alternatively you can make a credit card payment by phone at (800) 204-5936, via mail or through a money services.
Here’s how you can pay your Merrick Bank credit card:
- Online: You can make a credit card payment online, by logging in to your Cardholder Center account.
- Mobile app: Merrick Bank credit card payments can also be made through the goMobile app for iOS and Android.
- Phone: You can also make a credit card payment over the phone at (800) 204-5936. You will have the option to either speak with an agent or use the automated system.
- Mail: For a regular mail, the address is: Merrick BankP.O. Box 660702Dallas, TX 75266-0702 Overnight mail payment Merrick BankAttn: Lockbox Operations #6607022701 East Grauwyler Road, BLDG 1Irving, TX 75061
- Money services: Lastly, you can visit your nearby money services counter at retail locations (such as Walmart, Kroger or others). You may use MoneyGram, Western Union or other forms of electronic payments with cash to send your payment.
Keep in mind that paying your credit card via regular mail takes the longest to process of all the available payment methods. So, make sure to always send your payment at least 5-7 days before your due date.
Ultimately, it is also worth noting that you can even set up recurring or one-time payments in the Cardholder Center, if you choose to.
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