No, you cannot pay your Indigo Credit Card with a debit card. But you can pay your Indigo Credit Card with the bank account that your debit card is linked to. You just need to link your bank account to your Indigo Credit Card, using your routing and account numbers.
The easiest way you can pay your Indigo Credit Card bill is either online or by phone at (866) 946-9545. The Indigo Credit Card requires at least a minimum monthly payment of $25 or 1% of your balance, whichever is more.
Online: Sign into your Indigo online account and navigate to the “Bill Pay” tab. Enter the routing and account numbers for your bank account and select the amount you want to pay and the date you want the payment to be made. Submit your payment by 5pm, Pacific Time to ensure it’s credited the same day. Payments made after 5pm will be credited on the next calendar date.
By phone: You can also make a payment over the phone, by calling Indigo Credit Card customer service at (866) 946-9545. You will be asked to enter your account number before they connect you to a representative.
By Mail: Alternatively, you can send your check or money order through the mail. The address is:
Genesis FS Card Services
PO Box 4477
Beaverton, OR 97076-4477
It’s very important to make sure your Indigo Credit Card payment gets credited by your due date each month. If you’re mailing in your payment, be sure to allow at least seven business days for the payment to arrive. Late payments will be charged a fee of $40 and will be subject to a penalty APR of 29.9%. Late or missed payments are also damaging to your credit score, and since the Indigo Credit Card is intended for people with Bad credit, you don’t want to make your credit situation worse.
If you have any trouble logging in to your account or paying your bill, you can call Indigo’s customer service line: (866) 946-9545. A customer service agent can help you navigate the site and online bill payment services.
No, you cannot pay a credit card with a debit card. But you can a pay a credit card with the bank account that a debit card is linked to, by doing an electronic transfer. However you choose to pay your credit card bill – whether you do it online, over the phone or by mail – there will not be an option to enter any kind of card number as the payment method. That’s among the reasons why you can’t pay one credit card’s bill with another credit card, either.… read full answer
To pay your credit card bill using the checking/savings account behind your debit card, you’ll usually need to enter information like the account number and routing number for your checking or savings account. This is the most common way people pay their credit card bills, and it lets you take the money straight from your bank account and apply it to your bill.
Once you’ve entered the info for the account you’d like the money to come from, you can usually save that for next time so you don’t have to manually enter it every month. You can also set up automatic bill payment, so that on the same date each month, money is withdrawn from your account to pay your credit card bill.
The simple answer is that you cannot use a physical debit card to pay your credit card bill. You will have to set up payments using the nine-digit routing number from the checking account your debit card is linked to. At the end of the day, the money is coming from the same place.
Inform the representative that you want a credit card PIN.
Receive the PIN in the mail, over text, or by email. It’s unlikely that Indigo Credit Card customer service will be able to provide a PIN over the phone.
If your credit card had a PIN in the past, but you’ve forgotten or misplaced it, Genesis Financial Solutions may tell you to look for the PIN before they generate a new one. It may be listed in credit card-related mailings or your online account. And if you need a PIN for a cash advance, it’s important to note that cash advances have high fees and interest rates, so you’ll generally want to avoid them whenever possible.
Finally, keep in mind that even though the Indigo Credit Card has PIN capabilities, it’s still a signature-preferred credit card. This means it may not work at unattended kiosks abroad, like in a train station or parking garage, but you should have little trouble elsewhere.
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