If you have an amazon.com Store Card or Amazon Prime Store Card, I want to show you how you can access your account online. I’ll put a link to the site that you’ll be able to register and then login, so you’ll go to the site on the bottom of the page.
You’re going to click the Register button, and then you will add all your information in and you follow the process. Once you get your username and password, you’ll enter that information. Then, you click Secure Login to jump to the next page, and you might see a popup concerning the marketing before you get into the portion of your account.
On the coming homepage, there are all the information, such as your summary activity, activity statements promotional, purchases disputing, charge payments, and different ways that you can control your payments. You have your rewards, FICO score, offers, services request, credit increase management alerts and messages report loss or stolen card, and place card or closed account.
You are provided with a lot of options. The other option you could do is to click what I want to, and then you can make a payment view activity and a statement to view my rewards manage text and email alerts and manager reoccurring payments. What’s nice about the manager recurring payments if you set it up to pay off every month or what you want to do.
You don’t have to worry about paying it every month and being late, because you don’t want to be late. Furthermore, there is a high interest rate. I also recommend paying off the card every month if possible. You’ll be able to learn about your balances, available limits and your payments.
I’ve got my reoccurring payments on security card. I did not purchase it, so that is an option. I have got my paperless statements on it, so I don’t get any statements in the mail or email alerts or texts.
Generally, my email would remind me that my payments have been made. Besides, you’ve got your Amazon Prime Store Card earnings. Then, you can click on view rewards, now the rewards are so standard that I’m aware of the onamazon.com orders less than $149. You get 5% cash back for orders of $149 or more.
You can get either 5% cash back in a statement credit, which is the same for less than $149. It will be applied to your statement or you could do the special financing of 6, 12 or 24 months on purchases of $149 or more and on select sold items. You’ll have your credit amount again, your rewards as of your most recent statement you have earned.
The next page is about the information of how to make a payment. You can make a one-time payment or set up recurring payment. You could pick your amount, date and bank. Then, you’ll have your minimum payment due and your last payment.
The above is on making a payment and choosing how you want to set that up. I have mine on a reoccurring payment option, which is an offer. As you can see, you can you’re your FICO score credit for free, at least it has offered me. You can see your score meter and then optional credit card protection. These are some promotions that will be available to me.
You’ll have your promotions available to you as well. If you find that you want a higher credit limit, it will give your current credit limit here and your balance available to spend. Then you would put your income and you would submit if you are looking for a credit limit increase. Keep it in mind that it is available.
Make sure that you’re paying your card off in a timely fashion, and you don’t have any outstanding monies that are owed, because that may lessen the chance of getting a credit limit increase. Below are several points I wanted to share with you on the backend. It’s very clean where you can get and see this information to pay your bills. I generally check to see once a month just to make sure of the auto payments setup.
I hope it is of help. Please let me know if you have any questions. It is just like any credit card or any card that you’re using, except this is through Amazon. Make sure you pay it off. If you are not using it and you may use it once, the account will be retained. It’s not going to get billed until you use it again for any additional charges. I appreciate your time. Thank you so much for reading.