Customer Support Department
Thank you for visiting the CreditCards.com Customer Support Department. Please review the information outlined below, which provides answers to commonly asked questions.
Card Accounts Questions regarding payments, disputes, billing, interest rates, lost/stolen cards, suspected fraud or any other topic related to an existing credit card account should be directed to the credit card issuer. You can also reach your card issuer's customer service department by calling the toll free number listed on the reverse side of your credit card.
The issuer for the card you selected determines whether a credit card application gets approved or denied. Response time generally depends on the applicant's credit history. Banks are required to provide written notification of both approvals and denials.
Once you are approved, delivery of the credit card may take several weeks. Contact the card issuer for more information.
Credit Card Terms and Conditions
To learn more about any credit card featured on this site, click on the card's "apply here" button. This does not obligate you to apply, but simply redirects you to the card issuer's web site, where you will find specific information on the card's terms and conditions.
Credit Quality and Bad Credit
Banks determine an individual's credit quality based on that applicant's credit score.
You should use your best judgment in determining your credit quality, based on your individual credit history and credit score. You can get your free credit score and report by signing up for a CreditCards.com account.
Consumers with bad credit still have options when it comes to applying for a card. CreditCards.com features a number of products for individuals looking to establish, repair or rebuild their credit at https://www.creditcards.com/bad-credit/.
Credit Card Recommendations
As an objective source of information, we cannot provide individual credit card recommendations. Our goal is to empower consumers in their decision-making process by providing information and tools, including WalletUp® – a tool that helps consumers maximize their rewards.
Incorrect items on your credit report should be directed to the card issuer. Other questions related to credit scores, credit report orders, contents of recent credit reports, and suspected fraud or identity theft should be directed to one of the three major credit bureaus listed below:
Equifax, P.O. Box 740241, Atlanta, GA 30374-0241; (800) 685-1111.
Experian, P.O. Box 2002, Allen, TX 75013; (888) EXPERIAN (397-3742).
TransUnion, P.O. Box 1000, Chester, PA 19022; (800) 916-8800.
Online Application Privacy and Security
We only partner with card issuers whose online credit application forms are secured by 128-bit SSL encryption. SSL technology encodes information as it is being sent over the Internet, helping to ensure that the information transmitted remains confidential. Please review our Site Security Policy.
We do not currently offer applications by mail or phone.
Information For Application
Credit card applicants will need to provide basic personal information, such as social security number, driver's license number, date of birth, and home address. Primary applicants must be at least 18 years of age.
Prepaid cards may require less information on their application forms.
All credit card offers featured on our site require applicants to be citizens of the United States and must reside within this country.
Where to find us
For the physical addresses, phone numbers and maps to our Austin and Palm Beach Gardens locations, go to our CreditCards.com Office Locations page.
Still have questions? Contact Customer Support.