You can make OpenSky credit card payments online or through the mobile app (for iOS and Android). You can also pay your credit card bill by mail or by calling OpenSky customer service at (800) 859-6412.
Here's how to make an OpenSky payment:
Online: Log in to your online account and select the "Payment Services" tab. From the drop-down menu, you'll have the option to set up one-time payments.
By phone: Simply call (800) 859-6412 and make a payment through the automated system. Payments made through the automated phone system are free, but if you choose to make a payment through a customer service agent, there will be a $10 fee.
Mail: Send a check along with the remittance slip that is included in your monthly billing statement to the following address: OpenSky Card Services P.O. Box 660924 Dallas, TX 75266-0924
Alternatively, you can set up recurring monthly payments by signing up for Auto-Pay through your online account or via the OpenSky mobile app, both on iOS and Android devices. Just select the "Payment Services" tab and from the drop-down menu you have the option to set up recurring online payments by linking your bank account to your OpenSky.
You should be able to use your debit card to pay your OpenSky security deposit without it being declined. The notable exceptions would be if you’re using a temporary, anonymous prepaid card or you don’t have sufficient funds in your bank account.
To determine exactly what’s going on, you may want to contact your debit card issuer and Capital Bank, the issuer of the Open Sky Secured Card. Capital Bank can be reached at 855-763-6736.… read full answer
Credit card payments by mail take the longest to process of all the available payment methods. Alternatively, you can submit a payment from your online account or through the Capital Bank mobile app. Capital Bank also allows in-person payments at local Capital Bank branches.
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