To reach the Z Gallerie Credit Card customer service, call (877) 622-5314 and say “I don’t have it” when asked to give your credit card number or Social Security number. This process will get you in contact with a live representative who should be able to answer your questions or direct you to the appropriate department.
How to Talk to the Z Gallerie Credit Card Customer Service
Call the Z Gallerie Credit Card customer service department at (877) 622-5314 or the number you see on the back of your card.
Say “I don’t have it” when prompted to give your credit card number.
Say “I don’t have it” when asked to give your Social Security number.
Stay on the line until you are connected to a live representative.
If you can’t or don’t want to talk to the Z Gallerie Credit Card customer service over the phone, you can always connect with customer service online, by sending a secure message. Lastly, you can contact them via mail at:
Comenity Bank PO Box 182273 Columbus, OH 43218-2273
You need a credit score of 640 or higher to get a Comenity Bank credit card in most cases. That means you need at least fair credit to get approved. However, there are some Comenity credit cards that require a credit score of 700 or better (good credit).
You can pay your Comenity Bank credit card bill online, over the phone, or via mail. Just keep in mind that each credit card issued by Comenity has a different sign-in portal, as well as a different customer service phone number. And payment addresses can vary as well.
You can search for your co-branded credit card’s contact information on Comenity’s website. Additionally, you can find the customer service phone number on the back of your card. Also,...
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