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TJ Maxx Bill

What to Do When You Can’t Pay Your TJX Rewards Bill

TJX or TJ Maxx is an off-price clothing retail store. Other brands associated with TJX include Marshalls and HomeGoods. Purchases, either online or in-store, can be made with the TJX Rewards credit card. This credit card offers perks, including:

  • $10 off of your first purchase
  • 5 rewards points for every $1 spent
  • $10 gift certificate for every 100 rewards points earned
  • No annual fee

How to Pay the Bill

The TJX Rewards offers several methods for customers to pay your bill. The available methods include online bill payment, payments by mail, payments by phone, automatic deduction and in-store bill payments.

Pay online: Customers can pay your TJX Rewards credit card bill online by visiting https://www.tjxrewards.com/consumergen2/login.do?subActionId=1000&clientId=tjx&langId=en&accountType=generic. You have the ability to make payments with credit cards, debit cards and electronic checks.

Pay by mail: Your TJX Rewards payment can be sent by mail to the service center listed on your bill. If you don’t have the address send payments to:

GE Money Services
P.O. Box 965016
Orlando, FL 32896

Pay by phone: Call customer service at 1-800-952-6133 if you’d like to speak with a customer service representative or make a payment by phone.

Automatic deduction: If you’d like to set-up your payments to be automatically decucted from your personal checking or savings account, TJX Rewards supports automatic deductions.

Pay in-store: Payments are accepted in-store at any TJ Maxx, HomeGoods or Marshalls.

Questions About Your Billing Statement or Account?

Have you noticed fees and service charges on your TJX Rewards credit card billing statement or account that you simply do not understand? If this is the case, we recommend visiting the TJX Rewards credit card Terms and Conditions page. For additional information regarding your TJX Rewards credit card billing statement or account, you can contact customer service at 1-800-952-6133.

How the Penalty Fees Work

On a monthly or non-recurring basis, you will notice charges such as late payment fees, balance transfer fees, cash advance fees, interest charges and increased APR.

  • Late payment- When you pay your TJX Rewards credit card past the due date, the fee is $35 per instance.
  • Balance transfer– In the event you transfer your balance from one TJX Rewards credit card to another, the fee is $4 or 10% of the transferred balance.
  • Cash advance– When acquiring cash from your TJX Rewards credit card, the fee is $4 or 10% of the cash advance.
  • Interest– The minimum amount charged is $2.
  • APR – In the event you make a late payment, your APR could increase from 23.99% to 29.99%

I Can’t Make a Payment

In difficult financial times, you may not be able to pay your TJX Rewards credit card bill. If this is the case, you have options. You must first contact customer service at 1-800-952-6133 prior to your due date.

  • Skip payment
  • Interest only payment
  • Interest-free with an appropriate payment
  • Interest-free with a reduced payment

Will They Work With Me to Pay My Bill?

What was your experience dealing with TJX Rewards credit card when you can’t pay your bill? We want you to share your positive and negative experiences with us. Comment below.

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12 Comments on “TJ Maxx Bill
  1. I losted my card can you stop it ,also can you email my cvs number let me setup my account payment online please.
    Thanks
    van tieu

  2. It is maddening to deal with you people. Since you took over TJX I am never able to pay my bill online. There is always some glitch that requires me to pay by phone. And paying by phone is even worse, because it takes 15 minutes just to get to an agent and the call is usually dropped at least once, requiring one to repeat the entire process. I have just paid over the phone again and this time I cancelled my account. Please let TJX know why they just lost a customer who spends more than $1000 each charge. And kindly send me my rewards due for my last payment to which I am entitled.

  3. I and my husband Markus have credit card TJX rewards,but different account number,he is register on line,how I can register online?With my regards,Alla

  4. I have come to the store to pay the full amount $108.83 but the employee and the manager refused to pay at the store and asked me to pay on line or mail the check to pay.COULD YOU SHOW ME how to use the bank card to pay the bill.Thank you so much.

  5. Guys? Shut up. This is NOT a customer support form. No one from GE Money or TJ Maxx reads your posts. If you lost your card, call to cancel it. If you need your password reset, go online and click “Forgot my password.” If you think it’s so maddening to deal with people that aren’t even reading your post, go complain someone else. If you need help registering your card, call the number on the back of the card and ask for help. If you need help using your bank card to pay your bill, call the number on the back of your TJX card and ask. Jesus, people. Common sense.

  6. tjmaxx has the worst method of makeing a payment online i have ever use. It is so bad I still have to go to the store to make my payment.

  7. I tried to pay my bill at a TJ Maxx store before it was due and was told that they did not accept bill payments in the store. I then had to send the payment (in full) in the mail and it arrived one day late.

    I do not agree with being penalized $25 for a late payment since the employee in the Mechanicsburg Pa store wouldn’t accept the payment when it states on your website that bill payments are accepted at any store.

    Thanks for your consideration

    Nancy DelSanto

  8. I do not have my acct number, I need to set_up. auto pay, to pay my bill off, so I,am not charged late fee.and you need to allow customers to pay in any store

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