What to Do When You Can’t Pay Your Comerica Bill
Comerica is a financial institution that began as Detroit Savings Fund institute in 1849. The company grew into one of the largest banks in the United States. Comerica now services millions of customers across the nation with major hubs in Texas, Arizona and California. Although the company has taken a different shape from its beginnings, Comerica still focuses on three core beliefs:
- Loans for low to moderate income families
- Inventing in lower income communities
- Financial services in lower income communities
How to Pay the Bill
Comerica offers customers several ways for you to pay your bill. The available methods of payment include online payments, payments by phone, automatic deductions, phone payments and payments by mail. You have the ability to pay your Comerica with credit cards, debit cards, electronic checks and direct debit from your checking or savings account.
Pay by phone: Customers can pay your Comerica bill by calling customer service at 1-888-444-9876. The customer service representative will assist you with your payment.
Pay in person: Customers can pay your Comerica bill in person by visiting a convenient Comerica location. The complete list of locations is available on the website. You will need to select the state and the applicable location.
Pay by mail: Customers can pay your Comerica bill by mailing payments to:
1717 Main St.
Dallas, TX 75201
Automatic deduction: Customers can pay your Comerica bill by having the funds automatically deducted from your checking or savings account. By having the funds automatically deducted, you have the ability to schedule payments on the date the bill is due or well in advance.
Questions About Your Billing Statement or Account?
If your billing statement or account contains information you do not understand, such as late payment fees or delivery fees, we suggest you visit the Comerica FAQ page. We also suggest you call customer service at 1-888-444-9876 for additional information regarding your billing statement or account.
How the Penalty Fees Work
Several of the fees Comerica charges occur on a monthly basis as well as on a non-recurring basis. Although Comerica only explained the online payment fee and the late payment fee to us, the company charges more fees. Those fees include insufficient funds fees and payment cancellation fees. Both of these fees are fully researched prior to Comerica assessing fees.
- Online bill payments – Comerica charges a monthly fee of $6.95 for utilizing online banking services. When you schedule payment for overnight delivery, Comerica charges a $15.95 fee.
- Late payment – In the event a payment is received past the due date, Comerica charges a 1.5% fee.
I Can’t Make a Payment
When we inquired about services for customers that can’t pay your Comerica bill, the customer service representative was extremely helpful. They explained that customers can call customer service at 1-888-444-9876 and inquire about payment arrangements, depending on your financial service. Additional services available include mortgage assistance. The features of the mortgage and assistance agencies include:
- Fixed rate option
- Adjustable rate
- Comerica Mitigation – 1-800-551-9685
- HUD Counseling – 1-800-569-4287
- Service Members – 1-800-342-9647
Will They Work With Me to Pay My Bill?
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