You can make a Sears Credit Card payment online, by phone, by mail, or in person at a Sears location. Making a payment online is the easiest way. To pay your Sears Credit Card bill online, go to the Sears card payment page, log into your account, navigate to the payment section, and enter your payment information.… read full answer
To pay your Sears Credit Card bill by phone, call the automated Sears Credit Card Services system at 800-815-7701. This toll-free line is open 24/7, and the automated system will take you through the process of making a payment.
Or, you can visit any Sears location to make a Sears Credit Card payment in person. Make sure to bring your credit card bill, and go to the Sears Customer Service desk for payment processing.
If you’d rather pay by mail, send a check or money order to: Sears Consumer Payments / P.O. Box 9001055 / Louisville, KY 40290-1055. For overnight payments, use this address: Sears Consumer Express Payments / Attn: Consumer Payment Dept. / 6716 Grade Lane / Building 9, STE 910 / Louisville, KY 40213
The Sears Credit Card starting credit limit isn’t disclosed by the issuer. Your credit score, income and existing debts will all be contributing factors in determining it.
Once you're approved, you'll be notified about your exact credit limit.
After at least 6 months of opening your account, you could become eligible for a limit increase, if you've been paying your bills on time and in full. The issuer might also offer you an automatic increase.… read full answer
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