You can make a TJX Store Card payment online, by phone or by mail. To pay a TJX Store Card bill online, log in to your online account and click on “Make Payment.” Then, choose how much to pay, when to pay it, and where the payment is coming from. Cardholders can also set up automatic payments.
Ways to Make a TJX Store Card Payment
Online: Log in to your online account, select the “Summary” tab, and click on “Make a Payment.” You can also make a payment without logging on the TJX Store Card dedicated web page. To set up automatic payments, you will have to log in to your online account, though.
By phone: Call (800) 952-6133 and enter your card information when prompted, then follow the automated prompts to make a payment. Please note that using the automated system is free, but paying through a live agent may involve a fee.
By mail: Send a check or money order (but not cash) to: TJX Rewards Credit Card P.O. Box 530948 Atlanta, GA 3053-0948 Make sure to mail your payment early enough that it will arrive by the due date. Write your credit card number on the check, too.
To make a T.J.Maxx Credit Card payment online, log in to your online account, go to the "Summary" tab, and click on the "Make Payment" button. From there, you'll be able to confirm your payment information and send your payment. You can also pay your bill over the phone through an automated system by calling 877-890-3150. It's worth noting that you cannot pay your credit card bill at a T.J.Maxx store.… read full answer
If you would rather mail in a payment, send your TJX Credit Card payment to: Mastercard Accounts P.O. Box 530949 Atlanta, GA 30353-0949
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