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Home Depot Consumer Credit Card Payment Methods

The Home Depot is the most shopped-at home improvement store in the United States. They offer many different goods and services to help professionals and amateurs repair, renovate and add to homes and structures. Customers can also apply for a Home Depot credit card, which can often help expedite the home improvement process.

Home Depot Consumer Card Bill Pay Option 1: Mail Payments

Checks and money orders sent for payments on a Home Depot Consumer Credit Card account should be made out to Home Depot and have the store credit card’s account number noted somewhere on the payment method itself. Once the check or money order is ready, it should be mailed to the following address:

Home Depot Credit Services

More information through this link.

To ensure that the payment is processed on time, it is recommended that cardholders send their mail-in payments at least five business days before the actual bill due date.

Home Depot Card Bill Pay Option 2: Pay by Phone

Home Depot Consumer Credit Card bill can be made by contacting the credit card’s customer service line. This can be reached by calling: (866) 875-5488 any time day or night. However, to speak with a customer service representative, you will have to call that number from Monday to Saturday between 6 am and 1 am or on Sundays between 7 am and midnight. All times are Eastern.

Bill Pay Option 3: Online Payments

Payments on a Home Depot Consumer Credit Card can be made online. To do this, you will need to set up an account through the Home Depot Credit Center by clicking the “Make A Payment” link underneath the image of the Consumer Credit Card, then clicking the “Register Now” button on the bottom of the login page. Input the details asked for by the site to complete the forms and make your online account.

To make a payment:

  1. Go to the URL myhomedepotaccount.com
  2. Click “Make A Payment” under the Consumer Credit Card
  3. Enter your user ID and password
  4. Click the “Sign On” button

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