The best way to make a Shell Credit Card payment is online, where you can make a one-time payment or set up a monthly automatic payment.
You can also call 1-866-743-5562 to pay your Shell Credit Card bill by phone, or you can send your payment by regular mail. The mailing address is: Shell Card Payments / P.O. Box 9001011 / Louisville, KY 40290-1011.
Alternatively, to pay your Shell Gas Card over the phone, call 1-800-331-3703. The mailing address and website for Shell Gas Card payments are the same as the Shell Credit Card.
Your Shell card's acceptance depends on what card you own, so to say.
The Shell Drive for Five Card is a credit card that can only be used at a Shell gas station or convenience store, while the Platinum Select MasterCard can be used for credit purchases anywhere in the world where MasterCard is accepted.… read full answer
You can apply for both Shell credit cards on the Citibank website or over the phone by calling 877-MY-SHELL (1-877-697-4355). To apply, you will need to provide personal information such as your name, date of birth, home address, annual income and Social Security number.
Usually a decision will be given instantly, but if not, you will be notified of the decision by mail within 4 weeks. You should receive your credit card in the mail … read full answerwithin 14 days of application approval. If you’ve applied for a Shell card and are waiting on a decision, you can check the status of your application on the Citi website.
Shell currently has two credit cards available to consumers: the Shell Fuel Rewards Card and the Shell Fuel Rewards Mastercard. The difference between the two cards is the Shell Fuel Rewards Card can only be used at Shell, while the Mastercard can be used anywhere Mastercard is accepted.
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