The easiest way you can make your Petland Credit Card payment is either online or over the phone at (866) 499-4761. Alternatively, you can pay your credit card via mail. Unfortunately, you can’t pay your Petland Credit Card bill in a Petland store.
Here’s how you can make a Petland Credit Card payment:
Online: To make an online payment, log in or create an online account. After that, navigate to the “My Profile” section and add your bank account and routing numbers – they don’t accept credit or debit cards, unfortunately. Then, go to the “Payments” section and choose the date and amount of the payment you’d like to make.
Phone: Alternately, you can always call (866) 499-4761 to make a Petland Credit Card payment over the phone. Have your card number or Social Security number ready because the automated system will need one of those to pull up your account information. Listen to the automated menu and wait for “Make a Payment.” Then, follow the instructions.
Mail: To pay your credit card via mail, send a check or money order (but not cash) to the following address:
Comenity Capital Bank PO Box 182620 Columbus, OH 43218
If you choose to make a payment via mail, make sure to always send it at least 5-7 days before your due date.
You can use your CareCredit Credit Card in more than 225,000 healthcare providers in the U.S. You can also use your card to purchase pharmaceutical and health-related products at thousands of retailers and drugstore chains nationwide. This card is not backed by any major credit card network and only works at affiliated locations. To find the locations and providers near you that accept this card, go to the … read full answerCareCredit website, click on the “Find a Location” tab, and enter your city or zip code.
Where You Can Use Your CareCredit Credit Card
225,000 healthcare providers in the U.S.
Walmart (health, wellness and personal care items)
Sam’s Club (health, wellness and personal care items)
The CareCredit Credit Card helps individuals pay for healthcare expenses that aren’t covered by insurance. These cards differ from normal credit cards in terms of available financing options and how long you have to pay off the expenses. CareCredit Credit Card offers several financing options to cover costly medical expenses that may take longer to pay off than normal credit card purchases. For purchases of $200 or more, you can receive a 0% APR period of 6, 12, 18 or 24 months. But that's deferred interest; if you fail to make minimum monthly payments along the way, or you don’t pay off your full balance by the end of the 0% period, interest will be charged from the original purchase date.
The CareCredit Credit Card also has longer-term financing options with low fixed interest rates (rather than 0%) for purchases of $1,000 and up. Those have payoff periods of 24 or 60 months. The shorter the time period you choose, the lower your fixed interest rate will be. There are fixed monthly payments required until the amount has been paid in full.
Yes, you can get a pet credit card with bad credit, which you can also use anywhere. The Capital One Quicksilver Secured Cash Rewards Credit Card is one such example. This card gives 5% cash back on hotel and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel, as well as 1.5% cash back on all other purchases. That can help you save a lot on pet supplies. You will have to put up at least $200 for a security deposit, and your deposit amount will become your credit limit. But there’s a $0 annual fee.… read full answer
OpenSky® Secured Visa® Credit Card: $35 annual fee. Minimum $200 deposit required. 17.64% (V) No credit check when you apply. Makes pet purchases more convenient if you have really bad credit and are worried about getting approved.
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