You can report a lost TJX Credit Card by calling customer service at (866) 419-4096. Your card will be cancelled and a replacement will be sent to you.
When you receive your replacement TJX Credit Card, you’ll need to activate it before you can make a purchase. If there are any recurring charges linked to the old TJX Credit Card, make sure to update those accounts with your new card information.
Your TJX Credit Card is covered by $0 fraud liability, which means that you will not be held responsible for unauthorized purchases made with your card while it’s lost. You should still report the missing card immediately and call your issuer if you find charges on your account that you don’t recognize.
Where you can use your Synchrony credit card depends on which card you have. Synchrony Bank mostly issues store credit cards, which only work at the specific retailers they’re affiliated with. But if your card has a Visa or Mastercard logo and an expiration date, it can be used pretty much anywhere.… read full answer
Some of those cards also have a Visa or Mastercard version that can be used basically anywhere that takes credit cards. But they generally offer the best rewards on purchases made through the stores they’re affiliated with.
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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