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Credit One Credit Cards: Confusing for Consumers

The best word to describe the credit cards offered by Credit One is confusing.

  • When you start the application process, you don't know what kind of card you're eventually going to wind up with — including important details like fees, rates, rewards, even whether you get a grace period.

  • When you send in a payment on time, you don't know whether it will be credited to your account soon enough to avoid a late fee. The issuer often takes a week to process payments, while many cardholders encounter difficulties paying online, according to thousands of complaints about Credit One made to the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau and state regulators.

  • The credit card terms and conditions posted on the issuer's website — a critical source of information about any card — is a generic statement intended "for informational purposes only" at Credit One. You don't get to see your actual terms until you qualify for a specific card.

  • The issuer's name and logo are similar to those of better-known issuer Capital One, which has led some consumers to think they were applying for a card from the latter.

Credit One markets credit cards for people with less-than-great credit. In its defense, the issuer says that in order to make cards available to as many of these subprime borrowers as possible, it has to do things differently from what you see with cards for higher-credit consumers. Fair enough, but the confusion is real, so be warned and be careful when applying.

Credit One offers three types of cards:

Applications: It's all about prequal

Many credit card issuers allow you to prequalify for their credit cards. With prequalification, you provide some basic information, and the issuer runs a quick check to see whether you're likely to be approved for a card. Prequalification does not affect your credit scores. Only an actual application for credit produces the "hard inquiry" that can knock points off your score. But prequalifying also does not guarantee that you'll eventually be approved. It's like a "soft yes."

Prequalification is optional with most issuers, but it's an integral part of the Credit One application process. You must prequalify in order to learn the exact fees, rates and rewards structure of the card you'll be applying for. Once you see those terms, you decide whether to apply and incur the hard inquiry. The application review is deeper than a "prequal" review, so you could still be rejected, or you could be approved for different card terms than what you saw after prequalification.

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Why do they do it this way?

Credit One says this prequalification process protects subprime consumers, who can least afford to lose points off their credit scores.

For example, say an issuer offers three cards with annual fees of $99, $45 and $0. Someone with bad credit might qualify for the $99 card but not the other two — but they would probably apply for the $0 card first, then the $45 card and finally the $99 card as a last resort. Their credit score would suffer the impact of three applications rather than one.

Credit One, by contrast, might offer a single card with a dozen potential combinations of rewards, fees and rates. You apply once, and the issuer approves you for terms based on your creditworthiness. So there is a benefit, but there's also an extra hoop to jump through, and you don't know what you're getting (or likely to get) until you've already begun the application process, at which point you may be less likely to bail out.

The terms and conditions say that based on your creditworthiness, you can qualify for one of six cash-back rewards programs. Here are the possibilities:

Credit One Bank® Cash Back Rewards Credit Card and Credit One Bank® Platinum Visa® for Building Credit

  • 1% cash back on gas, groceries, mobile phone service, internet service and cable and satellite TV service.

  • 1% cash back on gas, groceries, dining purchases, mobile phone service, internet service and cable and satellite TV service.

  • 1% cash back on all eligible purchases.

  • 5% cash back the first $5,000 a year in combined spending on gas, groceries, mobile phone service, internet service, and cable and satellite TV service, and 1% cash back rewards on all other purchases.

NASCAR® Credit Card from Credit One Bank®

  • 1% cash back on gas and automotive purchases and double cash back on NASCAR.com purchases.

  • 1% cash back on all purchases and double cash back on NASCAR.com purchases.

The bottom line is that you won’t know how you'll earn cash back until you get your card.

Rewards are automatically redeemed as a statement credit each month, so at least that part is fairly straightforward.

Interest rates: They're OK

The interest rates cited on the "for informational purposes only" disclosure were 19.74% to 25.74% as of August 2018. If you have bad or limited credit, the interest rates you'll pay on any card or loan will be on the high side. Credit One's rates are in line with those on typical credit cards for bad credit.

Annual fees: Take a guess

As with other key features of Credit One cards, the annual fee you'll pay is a mystery until the issuer qualifies you for a card. Your annual fee the first year will be "between $0 and $75." For the second year and beyond, that range expands to between $0 and $99. After the first year, your annual fee might be billed in monthly installments. Or it might not.

Some Credit One credit card agreements — "real" terms and conditions that will ultimately apply to cardholders — are included in this document. As of August 2019, it outlined 21 different combinations of APRs, annual fees and other card features. Again, the one that applies to you will be disclosed only after you qualify for a card. As of August 2019, that document included 21 different annual fee structure.

Here are some of the other fees you might pay (we say “might” because the “for informational purposes only” terms may be different from the terms on the card you're eventually approved for):

  • Authorized user: $19 per year; authorized user must be at least 15 years old

  • Foreign transaction fee: 3% (minimum $1)

  • Cash advance: $5 or 8% of each cash advance, whichever is greater, or $10 or 3% of each cash advance, whichever is greater

  • Late payment fee: up to $37

  • Returned payment fee: up to $35

  • Credit limit increase fee: $0 to $49

  • Duplicate monthly statement fee: $10

  • Sales receipt request: $6

  • Replacement card: $25

  • Balance transfer fee: $5 or 8% of the balance transferred, whichever is greater (if the card allows transfers at all)

On most credit cards, if you pay your balance in full each month, you automatically get a grace period — that is, you won't be charged any interest on purchases until your next payment due date. Pay in full each month, then, and you'll never be charged any interest.

With the Credit One cards, however, you can't tell upfront whether you get a grace period. In the “for informational purposes only” terms, there's a section on "paying interest." It begins, “If your Account has a Grace Period …” That's a big "if." It goes on to say that if your account has no grace period, you will pay interest on every purchase from the time it is posted to your account. As with most key details about Credit One cards, you won't know whether you get a grace period until you apply. Of 31 card agreements spelled out by Credit One as of August 2018, about half had a grace period.

Making payments: Confusion reigns

A NerdWallet investigation published in October 2018 found thousands of complaints about Credit One that, because of a loophole in federal law, hadn't been visible to consumers. Payment issues come up repeatedly in those complaints, as well as in comments posted in other forums.

Consumers describe sending in a payment before the due date, only to have Credit One fail to process the payment until it was "late." In other cases, consumers were unable to pay through the Credit One website and had to pay by phone or mail, incurring additional fees.

Credit One declined to comment on the findings of the investigation, but its stated policies on processing payments appear to verify the complaints. Most credit card issuers will apply a payment to a cardholder's account immediately. Credit One says it will hold onto your payment for several days — unless you chip in a nearly $10 fee to have it processed within a day.

WHEN WILL YOUR PAYMENT BE CREDITED?

As with all credit cards, the balance on your Credit One card is made up of your purchases, cash advances (if any), interest and any fees that are applied. The minimum payment on Credit One cards is 5% of the balance. For most credit cards, the minimum payment is 1% to 3% of the balance.

After one billing period, Credit One cardholders may call Customer Service and choose their own due date as long as it's within six days before or after the original date. Cardholders may choose a different due date once every six months.

It appears that Credit One cardholders have to be extra careful about when they make their monthly payments. The "FAQs" section of the website says you have two choices for paying your bill: "Standard Payment" and "Express Payment." From there, it gets dicey:

  • If you choose Standard Payment, according to the FAQ, "your funds will become available in about five (5) business days and you may only pay with your Bank Account." Five business days is tricky. Say your due date is the 15th of the month, and in a given month the 15th falls on a Saturday. To avoid a late fee, you'd have to make your payment on the 7th of that month (a Friday) to be sure your payment would be posted in the "about five (5) business days" window. Unless you paid eight days early, in other words, you could be "late."

  • If you choose Express Payment, your "funds will become available sooner (usually the next business day)." However, the fee for an Express Payment is $9.95.

Even the language Credit One uses is peculiar. We've never seen a credit card agreement with wording about when "funds will become available." That kind of language usually applies to bank account deposits, so we can't be sure what it means in this context. But we assume it indicates when the payment will post to your account.

When does your available credit refresh?

But wait, there's more: Each of the 21 card agreements in the "real terms and conditions" document include this section:

To the extent that a payment reduces the principal amount outstanding on your Card Account, new credit will be available (subject to your credit limit), but only after 12 calendar days after our receipt of the payment.

This seems to indicate that regardless of when you make your payment — on time, late, Standard, Express — you can't access your total available credit line for nearly two weeks afterward. Say your credit line is $500, and you're maxed out. You pay off your balance — but you still can't use your card for 12 more days.

To try to get clarification, we called the "Application Information" number listed by Credit One, but we couldn't get past the first branch of the phone tree. That's because to ask a question about applying for a Credit One card, you have to enter the 16-digit number of your Credit One card.

CONSUMER COMPLAINTS

Credit One cards are issued by Credit One Bank of Las Vegas, which is a subsidiary of Sherman Financial Group, a private company based in Charleston, South Carolina.

In addition to the complaints to government agencies uncovered by NerdWallet, payment issues are common in complaints about Credit One credit cards on the Consumer Affairs website. Many reviewers say they tried to pay their bill online, but the Credit One website was not working. Or they made a payment, but it wasn’t credited to the account in a timely fashion and triggered a late fee. There are more than 1,000 complaints about the company and its customer service on Consumer Affairs.

Complaints about Credit One on Yelp also touch on customer service, billing and payment issues. Of 129 reviews on Yelp as of February 2017, 110 gave Credit One one out of five stars.

The Better Business Bureau has not given Credit One a rating. Of 112 reviews as of February 2017 on the website of the southern Nevada BBB, three were labeled as positive (although the tone of one was sharply negative), three as neutral and the rest as negative. Of 783 complaints logged on the site, 574 were identified as billing or collection issues, which includes payment problems.

Credit protection: Expensive

Another benefit touted by Credit One is its “Credit Protection Program.” This is an optional program that waives the minimum payment due for six months if the primary cardholder “involuntarily” becomes unemployed or disabled. The cost of this benefit is 96 cents for every $100 of your balance due. You pay this every month after you enroll. For example, if you have a balance of $500 one month, being in the program will cost you $4.80 that month; if your balance the next month is $400, you’ll be charged $3.84 that month, and so on.

Once you enroll in the program, there is a 30-day waiting period before you're eligible to activate its coverage. When you activate, your account is closed, and you cannot use the card; the minimum payment is waived, but interest will continue to accrue.

Also, Credit One has the right to cancel your enrollment if your account is 60 days past due, your account is 20% or more over the credit limit, Credit One "no longer owns the account," you have committed fraud, or you're in one of Credit One Bank's debt management programs.

Because these are Visa cards, cardholders get the Visa travel accident coverage and car rental collision damage waiver insurance. The cards also have Visa zero fraud liability, and the terms and conditions warn cardholders that they must report unauthorized charges immediately. While federal law limits cardholder liability to $50 for unauthorized charges, the Visa zero fraud liability guarantees you won't be liable for fraudulent charges.

The cards offer free credit scores, but you can get your credit score for free just about everywhere these days — including on NerdWallet. Some credit card issuers will give you a free score even if you're not a cardholder.

You can choose from an array of designs (23 for the rewards card, 20 for the rebuilding-credit card) to “personalize” your credit card, but you may pay a fee for that option. That fee is not disclosed in the terms and conditions available on the website.

Better alternatives: Many

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Considering the opaque terms and other drawbacks of Credit One cards, you might wonder why so many people apply for them. One answer might be that consumers think they're applying for a credit card from Capital One. Bloomberg has noted that Credit One's swooshy logo actually predates Capital One's, but confusion remains in the marketplace. Consumers who complained on the Consumer Affairs website mentioned this issue frequently.

Credit One cards are marketed to people with less-than-good credit, but better alternatives are available. Major issuers offer secured credit cards with better terms, lower fees and guaranteed grace periods. Secured cards require an upfront security deposit of at least $200 to $300. Getting that money together can be a challenge for some, but keep in mind that you get that money back when you close the account or upgrade to a regular unsecured card. The fees charged by Credit One are not refunded.

For instance, the Discover it® Secured Credit Card pays 2% cash back up to $1,000 in spending on gas and restaurants per quarter and 1% cash back on all other purchases. Plus, after you have managed your card responsibly for eight months, Discover may review your card with an eye toward upgrading you to an unsecured card. On top of that, its annual fee is $0.

You might also qualify for a real Capital One card, the Capital One Platinum Secured Credit Card. You could get a $200 credit line with a deposit of $49, $99 or $200, and you can pay the deposit in installments before activating your account. You may get access to a higher credit line without putting more money down if you pay on time for as little as six months. And there's no annual fee.

If your credit is fair or average, you could qualify for the Capital One QuicksilverOne Cash Rewards Credit Card. This unsecured card offers an unlimited 1.5% cash back on all purchases for a fairly low annual fee.

When credit is limited, consumers may make bad decisions, like applying for a Credit One credit card without doing their homework. Look around, and you can find better choices — with terms and conditions that are clearly spelled out.

Источник: https://www.nerdwallet.com/article/credit-cards/credit-one-credit-cards-review

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Option 1: Pay From Your Commonwealth Credit Union Account

Transfer funds from your Commonwealth Credit Union Savings or Checking account.

  • Simply login to Online Banking and select the Transfers option.
  • For the “From,” select the appropriate credit union Savings or Checking account to use in making the payment.
  • In the “To” dropdown box, select the loan account you want to make a payment on.

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Option 2: Make Payments From Another Financial Institution

Through our free, secure Online Loan Payment Service, pay your Commonwealth Credit Union loans with your Visa Debit Card, Mastercard Debit, Discover Debit, or an Electronic Check from ANY financial institution.

All payments will be posted at 2am the same day. A business day runs 6pm to 6pm.

Before proceeding to the secure online payment center, you will need your Commonwealth Credit Union member number and your loan ID. Member Number should begin with 36, 307, 308, 178 or 781. Loan Number should be 2 digits (For example, 61, 02, etc.). Please do not include letters or special characters in either of these fields.


A receipt will be sent to you via the email you provide to us on the payment portal.

Enjoy our new Online Loan Payment Experience! Same convenient service with new features, like the ability to schedule recurring payments and receive text reminders!

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To view your payment history, go to your Payment Activity page. You can see your history in the Payment History section.

View your minimum payment

To view your minimum payment due this month, sign on to your account, click Pay Bill. Your minimum due will be shown once you click Choose Amount.

On this page you can view your current minimum payment and other account information. If you have not received your first statement, we have not calculated your due date, and you don't owe us a payment yet.

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Enroll in Paperless Statements and Letters

To enroll in paperless for your account, start by reading the terms and conditions below. You are agreeing to receive your statements electronically only and some of your legal notices electronically only. If you do not wish to enroll, choose Cancel and deselect the Paperless Statements and Letters checkbox.

Enrollment in Credit Card Paperless Statements and E-Communications

We send cardholders various types of legal notices, including notices of increases or decreases in credit lines, privacy notices, account updates and statements. Currently, we can provide some of these legal notices, including statements, electronically. We are working towards being able to provide all of these legal notices electronically. When we are able to provide all legal notices electronically, we will notify you by email. In the meantime, if you choose to receive legal notices electronically, you will need to monitor both your U.S. postal mailbox and your email inbox for legal notices.

To receive your legal notices electronically, your computer must be capable of printing or storing email, web pages and documents in PDF format and your browser must meet minimum system requirements.

Minimum System Requirements

Your privacy and security are important to us. That is why we require you to use a browser with 128-bit security encryption to proceed with your application. This protection helps to ensure that the information you send and receive will remain confidential.

Getting Paper Copies

If you choose to receive legal notices and statements electronically and then want a paper notice, call us at the number on the back of your card and we will mail it to you.

Cancelling Paperless Statements and E-Communications

You may cancel through account online or by calling us at the number on the back of your card.

Updating Email Address

We will send notifications regarding the availability of your statement online and legal notices to the email address you provided to us until you contact us to change it. It is your responsibility to update promptly any changes in this information. If your email address changes, please update it through Account Online or call us at the number on the back of your card.

Credit Card Paperless Statements and E-Communications Authorization

I agree to receive my billing statements and other legal notices electronically as available. I understand that when I receive an electronic notice it will replace a paper copy. I also understand that I will need to check both my U.S. postal mailbox and email inbox for legal notices until you let me know by email that all legal notices will be sent electronically.

You will receive paperless notifications at the email address currently associated with your account.

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How to Contact Credit One Customer Service

Do you have a complaint against Credit One Bank? Perhaps they are overcharging you on your credit card, or they’re are simply not what you expected. Maybe you have lost a credit card, or you plan on traveling so you need the correct Credit One Bank contact number. The back of your card might list a number that is hard to see. Also, maybe you lost your card, so you don’t know the Credit Card number. No matter what the reason, we explore how to contact Credit Card in this article.

  • How to call Credit One Bank?
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  • How to chat online with a Credit One Bank representative?

How to Call Credit One 

Customer service calls are annoying. You have to pick one of multiple options to reach the department that can help you resolve an issue. You might wait on hold for an extended period and start to grow frustrated. If you do not call during business hours, it is common to be shuffled to a department that has no idea about how to help you. Here are a few helpful contact numbers that make it easy to reach customer service.

Telephone numbers for Credit One Bank:

  • Automated Account Information: 1-877-825-3242 and 1-702-405-2042 (outside the U.S.) available 24/7
  • Complete Application Information: 1-800-752-5492 available from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday, 6:30 a.m. to  5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday / All Times Pacific
  • Credit Protection: 1-877-852-3242, 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. All times are Pacific times
  • Website Related Inquiries: 1-800-797-4299, 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, all times are Pacific times
  • Social Media Numbers: 1-800-797-4299, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Fridays All times are Pacific times
  • Lost or Stolen Cards: 1-877-825-3242, 24/7
  • Collections: 1-888-729-6274, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Pacific times

Tips on Calling the Credit One Customer Service Number 

When you call Credit One Bank to talk with a customer service representative, you might become frustrated because you must go through the directory to reach a live person.

Here a few tips when calling the Credit One Bank phone number:

  • Dial 1-877-825-3242 and press one to pick English
  • At the prompt, enter your 16-digit Credit One card number to connect with a live customer service representative.

For additional Credit One Bank Voice Menu choices perform the following:

  • To check the status of an existing application press 1
  • To report a lost or stolen Credit One credit card presses 7

How to Contact Credit One Using Chat

Most banks offer an online chat option, but Credit One Bank offers no chat features. In order to connect with a customer service representative, you’ll have to call 1-877-825-3242. Perhaps at a future date, Credit One Bank might provide online chat options.

Contacting Credit One Bank via Social Media

Even though Credit One Bank might seem to lag in modern conveniences like online chat, they do have a social media presence on Facebook and Twitter. You can contact the company via the two social media sites. When reaching out to Credit One on social media, do not offer too much information, such as account numbers or mailing addresses. Instead, you should request that a customer service representative from Credit One contact you.

Credit One Bank Address

Many customers are dismayed to learn that Credit One Bank does not offer a customer service email. However, you can send snail mail to all Credit One banks. Below, you’ll find several Credit One bank addresses that you might find helpful.

General Correspondence:

Credit One Bank

P.O. Box 98873

Las Vegas, NV 89193-8873

Concerning Payments: 

Credit One Bank

Payment Services

P.O. Box 60500

City of Industry, CA 91716-0500

Concerns and Questions Concerning Your Bill:

Credit One Bank

P.O. Box 98873

Las Vegas, NV 89193-8873

Credit Protection:

Credit One Bank

P.O. Box 98873

Las Vegas, NV 89193-8873

 Do none of these contact options work? Now what?

If you cannot get in touch with Credit One’s customer service by calling, emailing, or chatting online, then here are a few other options that might put you in touch with the right department. If you plan on filing a claim against Credit One, let us help you file a claim to help you resolve a customer service issue.

Источник: https://fairshake.com/credit-one/customer-service-contact/

Make a Payment

Two easy ways to make your payments

Option 1: Pay From Your Commonwealth Credit Union Account

Transfer funds from your Commonwealth Credit Union Savings or Checking account.

  • Simply login to Online Banking and select the Transfers option.
  • For the “From,” select the appropriate credit union Savings or Checking account to use in making the payment.
  • In the “To” dropdown box, select the loan account you want to make a payment on.

You will see the transaction in the Transaction History for the accounts you used for the payment transaction. It’s that simple! Just login to Online Banking to begin!

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Option 2: Make Payments From Another Financial Institution

Through our free, secure Online Loan Payment Service, pay your Commonwealth Credit Union loans with your Visa Debit Card, Mastercard Debit, Discover Debit, or an Electronic Check from ANY financial institution.

All payments will be posted at 2am the same day. A business day runs 6pm to 6pm.

Before proceeding to the secure online payment center, you will need your Commonwealth Credit Union member number and your loan ID. Member Number should begin with 36, 307, 308, 178 or 781. Loan Number should be 2 digits (For example, 61, 02, etc.). Please do not include letters or special characters in either of these fields.


A receipt will be sent to you via the email you provide to us on the payment portal.

Enjoy our new Online Loan Payment Experience! Same convenient service with new features, like the ability to schedule recurring payments and receive text reminders!

Pay from another account

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Enroll in Paperless Statements and Letters

To enroll in paperless for your account, start by reading the terms and conditions below. You are agreeing to receive your statements electronically only and some of your legal notices electronically only. If you do not wish to enroll, choose Cancel and deselect the Paperless Statements and Letters checkbox.

Enrollment in Credit Card Paperless Statements and E-Communications

We send cardholders various types of legal notices, including notices of credit one payment center or decreases in credit lines, privacy notices, account updates and statements. Currently, we can provide some of these legal notices, including statements, electronically. We are working towards being able to provide all of these legal notices electronically. When we are able to provide all legal notices electronically, we will notify you by email. In the meantime, if you choose to receive legal notices electronically, you will need to monitor both your U.S. postal mailbox and your email inbox for legal notices.

To receive your legal notices electronically, your computer must be capable of printing or storing email, web pages and documents in PDF format and your browser must meet minimum system bank of america 026009593 System Requirements

Your privacy and security are important to us. That is fifth third bank interest rates on savings accounts we require you to use a browser with 128-bit security encryption to proceed with your application. This protection helps to ensure that the information you send and receive will remain confidential.

Getting Paper Copies

If you choose to receive legal notices and statements electronically and then want a paper notice, call us at the number on the back of your card and we will mail it to you.

Cancelling Paperless Statements and E-Communications

You may cancel through account online or by calling us at the number on the back of your card.

Updating Email Address

We will send notifications regarding the availability of your statement online and legal notices to the email address you provided to us until you contact us to change it. It is your responsibility to update promptly any changes in this information. If your email address changes, please update it through Account Online or call us at the number on the back of your card.

Credit Card Paperless Statements and E-Communications Authorization

I agree to receive my billing statements and other legal notices electronically as available. I understand that when I receive an electronic notice it will replace a paper copy. I also understand that I will need to check both my U.S. postal mailbox and email inbox for legal notices until you let me know by email that all legal notices will be sent electronically.

You will receive paperless notifications at the email address currently associated with your account.

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How to Contact Credit One Customer Service

Do you have a complaint against Credit One Bank? Perhaps they are overcharging you on your credit card, or they’re are simply not what you expected. Maybe you have lost a credit card, or you plan on traveling so you need the correct Credit One Bank contact number. The back of your card might list a number that is hard to see. Also, maybe you lost your card, so you don’t know the Credit Card number. No matter what the reason, we explore how to contact Credit Card in this article.

  • How to call Credit One Bank?
  • How to email Credit One Bank?
  • How to chat online with a Credit One Bank representative?

How to Call Credit One 

Customer service calls are annoying. You have to pick one of multiple options to reach the department that can help you resolve an issue. You might wait on hold for an extended period and start to grow frustrated. If you do not call during business hours, it is common to be shuffled to a department that has no idea about how to help you. Here are a few helpful contact numbers that make it easy to reach customer service.

Telephone numbers for Credit One Bank:

  • Automated Account Information: 1-877-825-3242 and 1-702-405-2042 (outside the U.S.) available 24/7
  • Complete Application Information: 1-800-752-5492 available from 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday, 6:30 a.m. to  5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday / All Times Pacific
  • Credit Protection: 1-877-852-3242, 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. All times are Pacific times
  • Website Related Inquiries: 1-800-797-4299, 5 a.m. to 9 p.m. Monday to Friday, 6:30 a.m. to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, all times are Pacific times
  • Social Media Numbers: 1-800-797-4299, 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday to Fridays All times are Pacific times
  • Lost or Stolen Cards: 1-877-825-3242, 24/7
  • Collections: 1-888-729-6274, 5 a.m. to 7 p.m. Monday through Thursday, 5 a.m. to 3 p.m. Friday and Saturday, 7 a.m. to 3 p.m. Sunday, Pacific times

Tips on Calling the Credit One Customer Service Number 

When you call Credit One Bank to talk with a customer service representative, you might become frustrated because you must go through the directory to reach a live person.

Here a few tips when calling the Credit One Bank phone number:

  • Dial 1-877-825-3242 and press one to pick English
  • At the prompt, enter your 16-digit Credit One card number to connect with a live customer service representative.

For additional Credit One Bank Voice Menu choices perform the following:

  • To check the status of an existing application press 1
  • To report a lost or stolen Credit One credit card presses 7

How to Contact Credit One Using Chat

Most banks offer an online chat option, but Credit One Bank offers no chat features. In order to connect with a customer service representative, you’ll have to call 1-877-825-3242. Perhaps at a future date, Credit One Bank might provide online chat options.

Contacting Credit One Bank via Social Media

Even though Credit One Bank might seem to lag in modern conveniences like online chat, they do have a social media presence on Facebook and Twitter. You can contact the company via the two social media sites. When reaching out to Credit One on social media, do not offer too much information, such as account numbers or mailing addresses. Instead, you should request that a customer service representative from Credit One contact you.

Credit One Bank Address

Many customers are dismayed to learn that Credit One Bank does not offer a customer service email. However, you can send snail mail to all Credit One banks. Below, you’ll find several Credit One bank addresses that you might find helpful.

General Correspondence:

Credit One Bank

P.O. Box 98873

Las Vegas, NV 89193-8873

Concerning Payments: 

Credit One Bank

Payment Services

P.O. Box 60500

City of Industry, CA 91716-0500

Concerns and Questions Concerning Your Bill:

Credit One Bank

P.O. Box 98873

Las Vegas, NV 89193-8873

Credit Protection:

Credit One Bank

P.O. Box 98873

Las Vegas, NV 89193-8873

 Do none of these contact options work? Now what?

If you cannot get in touch with Credit One’s customer service by calling, emailing, or chatting online, then here are a few other options that might put you in touch with the right department. If you plan on filing a claim against Credit One, let us help you file a claim to help you resolve a customer service issue.

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Credit One Bank Mobile

Conveniently manage your credit card accounts with the Credit One Bank Mobile App. Schedule payments and review account activity, balances, payment history, offers, and more!

FAST AND SECURE ACCOUNT ACCESS
Fast and secure sign-in with Fingerprint (available on capable devices)
Use Quick View to see a snapshot of your account without signing in

ENJOY ON-THE-GO ACCOUNT ACCESS
Schedule, edit, or cancel payments
Change your payment due date
Check your balance and available credit, and view recent transactions or monthly statements
Access your Free Online Experian Credit Score
Manage your profile and account settings
Easily manage multiple accounts
Enroll in paperless documents and statements to keep your account information secure and ensure important communications credit one payment center get lost in the mail

OFFERS & DEALS
View the latest offers and More Cash Back Rewards on purchases at participating merchants
View exclusive credit card offers

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Choose how you get alerts, including mobile notifications, email, and text
Set up notifications for important account activity, payment reminders, and special offers
Get notified when rewards and exclusive credit card offers are available
Receive alerts of fraudulent activity is suspected on your account

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