You can pay a Capital One credit card with Western Union online, through the Western Union mobile app, and at more than 43,000 Western Union locations. You can also call Western Union at 1 (800) 225-5227 to transfer funds to Capital One or anywhere else in the U.S. Be prepared to provide a Capital One credit card number, payment amount, and your bank account information, if necessary.
Western Union will accept cash or a debit card as payment for your Capital One credit card account, depending on how you access Western Union. Plus, while Capital One does not allow direct payments using another credit card, Western Union will let you pay your Capital One bill with a different credit card. However, the card issuer may levy cash advance fees and related interest charges in addition to your payment amount. Western Union may charge transfer fees ranging from 99 cents to $27 as well, based on how you pay.
When you pay a Capital One credit card with Western Union, be mindful of your card’s payment due date. Western Union typically processes payments within 1-3 business days from when they’re received, so make sure you allow enough time for the payment to post to your Capital One account before the due date to avoid interest charges and a late fee up to $39.
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