Merrick Bank Customer Service
Contacting Merrick Bank Customer Service Center
Merrick Bank is not a traditional bank. The company specializes in Visa and Mastercard credit card offers. Since 1997 when the company first opened, Merrick Bank has opened and serviced hundreds of thousands of accounts. According to the company, as of 2013, there are more than 900,000 accounts currently handled by Merrick Bank customer service.
Phone Contact Numbers
Need to contact Merrick Bank customer service by phone? You can call the customer service center for answers to account questions, loan questions and financial questions of all kinds pertaining to your Merrick Bank account or loan.
- Customer Service: 1-800-253-2322
There are several mailing addresses for Merrick Bank customer service. Choose the address that best describes the department you need to contact.
Merrick Bank Attn: Customer Service P.O. Box 9201 Old Bethpage, NY 11804
Merrick Bank Attn: Payment Processing P.O. Box 30537 Tampa, FL 33630
Merrick Bank Attn: Credit Application Department P.O. Box 1442 Draper, UT 84020
Merrick Bank Attn: Loan Department P.O. Box 27076 Salt Lake City, UT 84127
Merrick Bank Attn: Corporate Office P.O. Box 5000 Draper, UT 84020
Customers can find the official website for Merrick Bank customer service online at http://www.merrickbank.com/. If you want to log in to your online banking account, click the Log In link at the top of the page. We had no luck finding a log in page as the link took us to an advertisement for the bank.
We found no social media pages currently actively updated by Merrick Bank customer service. There is one page on Twitter, but there are no followers or updates. The single Facebook page we found was for a person not the company Merrick Bank.
Customer Service Email
We did not find a customer service email form or address for Merrick Bank customer service.
When we gave Merrick Bank customer service a call we reached the card services department. We were asked to enter our account number or press 0 to connect with a customer service representative. We pressed 0 and the call was transferred to an agent. The call was placed on hold after the transfer where we stayed for 1:17 before an agent picked up the line. The agent immediately asked for our account number, which was interesting because the recording told us to press 0 if we did not know our account number. When we told the agent we did not have an account and that we wanted information on Merrick Bank cards, she suggested we visit the website.