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The Target Credit Card phone number for customer service is (800) 424-6888. By calling this number, you can either talk to a live representative or use the automated phone system to hear your balance information, make a payment, review your transaction history and more.
How to Talk to Target Credit Card Customer Service Over the Phone
- Call customer service at (800) 424-6888 or the number you see on the back of your card.
- When prompted, give your 16 digit card number or your Account ID. Listen to the menu options to use the automated system or press “0” to speak to a live representative.
- Alternatively, press “#” the first three times the automated system asks you to verify your identity. When prompted, press “0” to speak directly to a live representative.
If you can’t or don’t want to talk to the Target Credit Card customer service over the phone, you can always connect with customer service online by sending a secure message.
You can also check the Target Credit Card FAQ page to see if there’s already a solution to your credit card issue.
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