The main Visa credit card phone numbers are 1 (800) 847-2911 in the United States and Canada and1 (303) 967-1096 abroad. The Visa credit card phone number for hearing-impaired callers in the U.S. and Canada is 1 (800) TDD-1213. All three Visa card phone lines are open 24 hours a day, 7 days a week.
There are only a few reasons to call Visa customer support instead of your credit card’s issuer. Visa is able to answer questions regarding Visa benefits, for example. They offer “Travel and Emergency Assistance” that connects cardholders with medical, legal and transportation help. Plus, Visa can arrange for emergency cash delivery in the event of a lost or stolen card. They can help report the card lost or stolen, too. But it’s best to go directly to the card’s issuer for that. Visa support can help connect you with your issuer if you don’t know how to contact them.
Visa credit card phone numbers:
Cardholders in the U.S. and Canada: 1 (800) 847-2911
Cardholders outside of the U.S. and Canada: 1 (303) 967-1096. Call collect via the local operator
Hearing impaired, U.S. and Canada: 1 (800) TDD-1213
Hearing impaired, outside of U.S. and Canada: 1 (512) 865-2002
Toll-free outside of the U.S. and Canada: A list of toll-free numbers for each country is available on the Visa website
You should not call Visa customer support with card-specific questions. You should direct queries concerning applications, credit limits, billing disputes, etc., to the bank or credit union that issues the Visa credit card in question. Each has its own phone number, which you can find on the back of the card.
This information is accurate as of the day this answer was posted.
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