Drop by your nearest Money Services and we can help you to pay your credit card bill in a quick and convenient way.
Why pay your credit card bills with Money Services?
There are many reasons to pay your credit card bills at your local Money Services.
We’re a convenient way to pay
- We offer you the chance to pay your bills in the evening and on weekends
- Pay your credit card bills while you shop
We’re a low-cost option
- We offer a fast service and you can make same-day payments with some billers to help avoid late fees
- You could benefit from one of our promotions or digital coupons
How to make your credit card payments
Money Services can help you pay your credit card bills quickly and conveniently – just follow our simple steps.
Find your biller – Search for the biller you want to pay using our Biller A-Z.
Locate your store – Find a Money Services near you.
Pay your bill – Bring along your bill stub and money and one of our store associates will help you make your payment.
What you’ll need
To pay your latest credit card bill visit your nearest Money Services and bring a copy of your bill stub and the cash to cover the fee and make the payment.
Who can you pay?
We have over 15,000 available billers, including most credit card providers such as:
- Capital One
Don't see the biller you need?
Visit your nearest Money Services and ask a store associate about additional billers if you can’t find them on our Biller A-Z.
Reducing your credit card bill
No-one wants a big credit card bill. Try out these tips to see if you can pay less:
Don’t just make the minimum payment – always aim higher, even a few extra dollars will help.
Call your credit card company and request a lower interest rate if possible.
Try making bi-weekly payments – it might make the payments more manageable.
Make a budget. With some careful planning, you might be able to free up some cash to use for your credit card payments.
Payments powered by
- Western Union
- Fidelity Express
- Money Gram
This retailer is an authorized delegate of CheckFreePay Corporation, Fidelity Express, Firstech and Western Union pursuant to Chapter 151 of the Texas Finance Code, Subchapter E, Conduct of Money Transmission Business.