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Goodyear Bill

What to Do When You Can’t Pay Your Goodyear Bill

The Goodyear credit card can be used at more than 4,500 locations sells Goodyear products, including tires. Customers can access account information, make payments and apply for credit online. There is a 25-day grace period on all purchases so customers can spend Goodyear credit and repay the charge without interest fees.

How to Pay the Bill

In order to view account information and make payments online customers need to register for account access. It is free to register.

Pay online: You can pay your Goodyear bill online after logging into your account. Log-in at https://www.accountonline.com/cards/svc/Login.do?siteId=GOODYEAR.

Pay by mail: According to the official site, mail Goodyear card payments to:

Goodyear Credit Card
PO BOX 9025
Des Moines, IA 50368

Pay by phone: Customer service is available at 1-800-767-0291 for phone payments. Payments by checking account are accepted by phone.

Questions About Your Billing Statement or Account?

If your bill appears to have undue charges, take a look at the Terms and Conditions page associated with the Goodyear credit card. The Terms and Conditions outline all fees and APRs associated with your credit account. Customer service at 1-800-767-0291 is also available to answer questions about your bill.

How the Penalty Fees Work

The penalty fees associated with Goodyear credit are available to read before applying for the credit card. Customers filling out an online application must acknowledge they have read the Terms and Conditions, including rate and fee schedules, before submitting the application.

  • APR for purchases: 28.99%
  • APR for cash advances: 29.95%
  • Minimum interest charge: $2
  • Annual fee: $0
  • Cash advance fee: $10 or 5% of the cash advance
  • Foreign transaction fee: 3% of the purchase converted into US dollars
  • Late payment fee: Up to $35
  • Returned payment fee: Up to $35

I Can’t Make a Payment

As soon as you know you’re unable to make your Goodyear credit card payment contact customer service. Your account may be placed with a collection agency if you do not report financial difficulty. In some cases, the credit card company will offer a payment plan to resolve past due amounts. In other cases, Goodyear may offer a settlement payment, but you will lose account privileges if your account is settled.

Will They Work With Me to Pay My Bill?

Is Goodyear a good company to work with? Only the consumer knows the real answer. Leave us a comment about your experience with Goodyear credit.

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3 Comments on “Goodyear Bill
  1. I need the address to make my payment. I think I may have mailed an empty envelope in by mistake. I found my check I had written out on 12/28 still in my checkbook and need to get it mailed in and now I do not have the evelope. I have tried calling back a couple of times when but it tells me my number is not recognized and hangs up. The first few times I thought my bill had not been processed yet so I ignored it. Can I please have the address so I can please mail in the payment today. I do not need credit problems.

  2. Hi Lisa, I didn’t realize we hadn’t updated this important info on our site. Find the address listed on Goodyear’s FAQ in the “Pay By Mail” section above. Thanks for the correction!

  3. I have either never received/lost my card, and my username/password is somehow incorrect. In order to recover/change username or password, it is necessary to have 3 digit code from card back (and/or use phone # from card back), and this is impossible, since I do not have the card.

    I did wade through an automated phone connection, and the best I could get from that is Lost card = Close account, and then issue new account number. Is there any way I can simply recover my user name/password?? Thanks. (Goodyear Bill)

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