If you’ve received a Notice of Collection letter from Penn Credit in the mail concerning overdue bills or past debts consider resolving those accounts by making online payments. Customers can access their account online 24 hours a day 7 days a week and take advantage of the online payment system that allows customers to submit a payment and instantaneously effect their overall balance. Payments can be made in the form of electronic check, credit card (Visa, MasterCard, or Discover) or a check by mail feature which is attached to your Notice of Collection.
The payment by mail options available for customers are similar to the online payment options except it’s not instantaneous due to slow mail travel. It is available for customers who aren’t comfortable making payments online but can simply detach the payment slip from the Notice of Collection letter along with a personal check, money order, travelers check, or credit card for payment. When paying by mail always consider allowing up to 5 days for mail travel so your payment will arrive on time and you won’t incur any late pay fees.
Before making any payments it is advisable that customers contact a representative at Penn Credit to verify their past due account balance. You will want to ensure that it is accurate before making payments. Customers should also consider discussing with representatives about making payment arrangements for debts that customers cannot afford to make in one payment. Reps are willing to work out some type of payment arrangement if you’re willing to work with them.
To speak with a representative at Penn Credit please call 1-800-900-1370 Monday – Friday 8am-10pm, Friday 8am-5pm, or Saturday 8am-12pm. The payment website is located at http://account.penncredit.com.