Yes, you can change your address, phone number, and email address online, as well as your user ID and password and your bank information.
To update any of this information, log in to the Account Center and then click on “Account Profile”.
How do I change the billing address on my credit card?
Four Ways to Change Your Billing Address
Write the new address on the back of your payment coupon. If you typically mail your monthly credit card payments, the back of the payment coupon will include a space for address changes.
Call customer service.
Make the address change online.
File a change of address with USPS.
What is the mailing address for Discover card payments?
If you prefer to pay your bill by mail, you can send your payment to Discover Financial Services, P.O. Box 6103, Carol Stream, IL 60197-6103.
Can I switch my Discover card to the IT card?
To convert your existing Discover credit card online, click here and sign into your Discover online account. Then you need to select which Discover credit card you want to convert. Since I want to convert my Discover It Miles Credit Card, I select that credit card and click the Continue button.
What happens if you put the wrong billing address?
Many card issuer banks will decline the transaction if the billing address is entered and it’s wrong. That’s because (1) the card network doesn’t ask for it as a mandatory piece of information to process the payment (2) it’s an additional friction hotspot that could cause abandonment and lost sales.
Where is the billing address on a credit card?
The billing address will always be on the monthly bill (hence, billing address), also called monthly statement. If the card is valid, and you are still regularly using it, you are receiving your monthly statements (which tell you how much do you have to pay every month).
How do I know my credit card billing address?
You can go to the credit card company’s website and search for the mailing address there. For example, to find the mailing address on the Chase website, click the drop-down menu (three lines in the top-left corner on the home page) and select “Contact Us.” On the Customer Service page, select Credit Cards.
Can you use a Discover personal loan to pay off a Discover credit card?
Discover personal loans are commonly used to consolidate debt from credit cards and store cards. You can also use a Discover personal loan to consolidate home and auto loans, but if you already have a low interest rate on those debts, you might not save money by consolidating.
What is the difference between the Discover Card and the Discover it card?
You are not able to apply for the old Discover cards — the only cards available on Discover’s website are the new “it” cards, which offer better rewards and features than the old cards. As a bank and issuer, Discover is the sole provider of Discover cards.
How many credit cards should I have?
The short answer: you should have at least two – ideally each from a different network (Visa, Mastercard, American Express, Discover, etc.) and each offering you a different kind of rewards (cash back, miles, rewards points, etc.). How many credit cards is too many?
How do I pay my Discover credit card bill?
To make a Discover card payment, log in to your online account or call 1 (800) 347-2683. You can also mail payments to Discover Financial Services, P.O. Box 6103, Carol Stream, Illinois 60197. For fastest service, you should submit your payment online or by phone.
What bank is Discover card affiliated with?
Most cards with the Discover brand are issued by Discover Bank, formerly the Greenwood Trust Company. Discover transactions are processed through the Discover Network payment network.
What credit score is needed for a Discover it card?
You need a 700+ credit score to get most Discover credit cards, but there’s no minimum credit score needed for three Discover cards. You can get the Discover it Secured Card with a bad credit score (below 640)