Credit Acceptance Make A Payment Online
- Set up auto payment or make a one time payment to the Credit Acceptance Corporation
- Credit Acceptance also allows payment to be made in person, by mail, via online banking or by phone
It should be noted that two options are available when making a payment by phone 1.800.634.1506; 1. Use the Credit Acceptance Automated Phone System OR verbally talk to a Credit Acceptance Representative. Making an automated payment by phone will come with a $4 fee and talking to a credit rep to make a payment will set the customer back $10.
Making a payment by mail? (follow these tips)
- Include account number on check or money order
- Do not send cash money
- All payment sent via US Mail need to be sent to Credit Acceptance, P.O. Box 551888, Detroit, MI 48255-1888
When choosing the Credit Acceptance Make A Payment Online fees will be included for a one time payment ($3). If the customer sets up automated payment online there will not be a fee. When making a payment using the Credit Acceptance automated option a savings or checking account MUST be used. When making a one time payment the customer can use either a Debit/ATM Card, Checking, or Savings Account.
Making a payment in person?
- Cash, Check, or Money Order payments in person are and will always be free (please drop them off at Credit Acceptance, 25505 West 12 Mile Road, Southfield, MI 48034 anytime between 10am – 6pm EST Monday til Friday closed weekends)
- Credit Acceptance offers a mail payment drop box for customers who can’t make it to the office during normal business hours
- Customers can also pay in person at CheckFreePay, MoneyGrams or WesternUnion locations* (but a fee will be charged depending on which service is used)
*$3.50 fee will be charged for using CheckFreePay or $7.99 (MoneyGram) or $8.50 using Western Union
Credit Acceptance Corp. (ticker CACC)
- Auto dealer finance company
- Founded in 1972
- Headquartered in Southfield, MI
Credit Acceptance works with auto dealers throughout the Eastern United States by advancing money to dealers in exchange for the right to service the underlying consumer loans. The firm is a money tree and is rivaled by Ally Financial.