You can check your Woman Within Credit Card balance either online or over the phone, by calling customer service at (866) 776-9859. The fastest way to check your card’s balance is online, since you won’t ever need to deal with an automated system.
How to Check Your Woman Within Credit Card Balance
Over the phone: Call (866) 776-9859. Press #1 for English and then press #1 again to have the automated system read your current balance.
It’s a good idea to keep an eye on your Woman Within Credit Card balance. If your balance seems higher than it should be, take a moment to look over your recent transactions for anything out of the ordinary.
The starting credit limit for the Woman Within Credit Card isn’t disclosed. Each approved applicant’s credit limit will be different. Limits are determined by factors such as credit score, income, or the amount of debt an applicant might have.
Regardless of your initial credit limit, in time you can qualify for an increase. Just use your card responsibly, and always pay your bills by their due date, in full.… read full answer
Online: To make a Woman Within Credit Card payment online, log in to your account using your credentials.
EasyPay: You can also pay your credit card using EasyPay. You will just need to give your credit card account number, your ZIP or postal code and the last four digits of either your Social Security Number (SSN), Social Insurance Number (SIN), or Alternate Identification (AIN).
Phone: If you prefer to pay your Woman Within Credit Card bill over the phone, call customer service at (888) 252-5484.
Mail: To pay your credit card via mail, send a check or money order (but not cash) to the following address: Comenity Bank P.O. Box 659728 San Antonio, TX 78265
If you choose to make a payment via mail, make sure to always send it at least 5-7 days before your due date.
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