Kohl’s charge payment Options

Till this time, the credit cards are not accepted no matter what payment method has been chosen. Debit cards can be used when the payment is made with phone or in store.

 

Online Payment

When you register at My Kohl’s Charge, you can make free online payments with your account. One payment can be scheduled for one day till 180 days. After 7 p.m., the payments will be postponed for next day.

There is also an AutoPay option available.

 

Alternate service for bill pay:

The online payments made till 7 PM central time are only made on the same day through My Kohl’s Charge. When an online payment is made with another bill payment service it can take a little longer because some of the online bill providers send check to Kohl’s charge. This kind of payment must be sent at least five days before the due date so that payment is posted timely.

 

Payment by Phone:

  • Automated Phone System: you can call at (855) 564-5748 through your automated phone system, anytime during the day for making free payments. You will require mentioning an account number and bank routing.
  • Phone Associate: Between 7 AM and 10 PM, you can call (855) 564-5748 for making payments, from Monday to Saturday and on Sundays the time is between 9 Am and 10 PM.

 

Debit Card:

Debit card payments can only be made when you’re making payment on the phone with live associate. These payments are posted the same day.

 

Payment by Mail:

These payments if received after 5 PM will be posted the next day.

The check is to be mailed to:

Kohl’s Payment Center
P.O. Box 2983
Milwaukee, WI 53201-2983

The customers of states – AK, AZ, CA, CO, HI, ID, MT, NV, OK, OR, TX, UT, WA and WV can send the mail to:

Kohl’s Payment Center
P.O. Box 30510
Los Angeles, CA 90030-0510

 

Payment in store:

Payment in store can be made via a check, debit card, money order or by cash. The payments are also accepted through Kohl’s Cares® card. The payments will post the same day when paid at register through cash or check. Receipt must be kept for records.

 

Reference links:- https://cs.kohls.com/app/answers/detail/a_id/229