Wheel Works Credit Card Payment and Login
Making your Wheel Works credit card payment or need to login to view your statement or manage your account online? Understand your payment options for the Wheel Works Credit Card with this simple payment guide. You’ll find your payment options in the first section, and a subsequent explanation of this card and an overview of what it has to offer. To make a payment online or manage your account, follow the link provided below on this page to the Wheel Works credit card login. You will also find useful “pay my bill” information such as the credit card customer service number, payment mailing address, and billing phone number below.
Wheel Works Credit Card Payment
The Wheel Works credit card is issued by Credit First, N.A.
There are a number of payment options available to you with the Wheel Works Tires, Auto, and Truck repair credit card.
Other payment options include sending a check or money order by mail, or making a transfer over the phone.
Pay Online: If you want a fast and easy way to manage your credit card and make payments, register your card for the online service with CFNA. This online service lets you see and manage everything to do with your account, and allows you to establish recurring payments for complete convenience, as well as regular single payments. You can also opt out of paper bills to cut down on your paper usage. To make your Wheel Works credit card payment online click the “Pay Online” button below to login, register, view your statement or manage your account online.
Pay by Phone: The Wheel Works credit card payment phone number is 800-321-3950.
Pay by Mail: The Wheel Works credit card payment mailing address is: Credit First, N.A., P.O. Box 81344, Cleveland, OH 44188-0344. Please include your Wheel Works account number on your check. Your account number is located on your statement. To ensure your Wheel Works payment is received on time it is recommended that you mail your payment at least 5 business days prior to the due date shown on your monthly billing statement.
Pay in Store: No. At this time you cannot pay your Wheel Works credit card in stores.
Wheel Works Credit Card Customer Service: The Wheel Works credit card customer service number is 800-321-3950.
You can also make transfers by using an online banking service, or by visiting your bank. More information on the payment options available with CFNA, and further help information, can be found at the Frequently Asked Questions page.
Wheel Works Credit Card Overview
With the Wheel Works Credit Card you can pay for you tire purchases and auto servicing without tying up other credit cards, and with the 6 months financing offer, you can spread out larger purchases over time without having to pay any interest. This card can be used at any Wheel Works location, as well as over 5000 Firestone Tires, Firestone Auto Care and Bridgestone Auto locations across the US.
The financing deal (available for a limited time) applies to any purchase you make over $299. Minimum monthly payments will apply, and no interest will apply as long as the purchase is paid for completely within the 6 month period. Aside from this offer you gain low minimum payments, a reasonable credit limit (most applicants will receive a limit around $1000) and easy card management options.
Terms and Conditions
This card comes with a single possible Annual Percentage Rate (APR) of 22.8%. There is no annual fee and a minimum interest charge of $1. The grace period lasts for a period of at least 23 days. Late payment fees are up to $15 for balances under $100, and up to $35 for balances over $100. Returned payment fees are up to $35.
Credit Card Conclusion
This is a simple card with a reasonable rate of interest. The financing deal is the biggest selling point, though this only lasts temporarily. However, Wheel Works stores will offer their own discounts and promotions for preferred customers who pay for tires and auto services with this card. This is a reasonably good card for anyone to use and certainly a benefit for those who need to increase their purchasing power for expensive vehicle servicing.