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excharge.com Online Credit Card Applications


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  1. I have a question about my credit card account or application?
  2. My credit card was lost or stolen?
  3. I want to cancel my credit card account with you.

If you have any non-account related questions not answered here?

You can contact ExCharge.com using this form.

We will attempt to answer any questions that you might have.


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1. I have a question about my credit card account or application?

ExCharge is an online resource for credit card issuers.

ExCharge does not directly process applications or issue credit cards.

ExCharge does not have access to applicant status or specific account information.

Any inquiries about your application or account including cancellations will have to directed to the specific issuer of the credit card.

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2. My credit card was lost or stolen?


ExCharge does not have access to your specific account information.

If your credit card is ever lost or stolen, immediately contact the credit issuer and inform them of the details.

If your wallet or purse has also been lost or stolen you will also want to contact the three major credit reporting agencies to prevent identity theft and credit fraud.

Click here for the emergency contact numbers that you will need to use.

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3. I want to cancel my credit card account with you.


ExCharge is an online resource for credit card issuers.

ExCharge does not directly issue credit cards.

ExCharge does not have any access to specific account information.

Any inquiries about your account including cancellations will have to directed to the specific issuer of the credit card.

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CREDIT TIP:

Credit card companies rely on information obtained from credit reporting agencies. Most credit reports contain some incorrect or outdated information. Check your credit report often for errors and dispute any problems that are found with the reporting credit bureau.

A recent amendment to the federal Fair Credit Reporting Act requires each of the 3 consumer credit reporting agencies to provide you with a free copy of your credit report once every 12 months. The only online source authorized to do so is annualcreditreport.com. Find out more from the Federal Trade Commission.

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