Synchrony Financial also provides online payment services to cater the perpetual rise of rate of transaction. Here is a step-by-step guide to help you learn the online payment service from Synchrony Financial.
Type GoGeCapital.com in your browser and press enter. You will be redirected to Synchrony Financial website. Apart from using GoGEcapital.com, you can also use MySynchrony.com for accessing the website.
Just adjacent and below the navigation tab, you will see the GoGECapital Customer Center Login. If you do not have an account, click on Register to start registration; otherwise, you enter login by entering your username and password.
Creating an Account
Creating an account on GoGEcapital.com is a 3 step process – account validation, review account and online profile. In the GoGECapital Account Number field enter your account number carefully, enter last the digits of your social security number and enter your date of birth. Click on Next and you will be taken to the next step where you have to review the information you entered.
The last step will involve filling your basic information like your name, address and service details. You will also create a username and password of your online account.
Making GoGECapital payment online
Go to the main webpage GoGEcapital.com. Enter your newly created username, password and click on “Go”.
In the quick link section, you will find the option GoGECapital Payments. Click on it to proceed. You will be asked to fill the amount you want to pay. Enter your choice, verify it and click “Submit Payment for Review”. You can also schedule payment by selecting the date on which you would want the transaction to take place. A confirmation number will be sent to your email address for the record.
Online payments have numerous benefits which include, but are not limited to:
- Making a same-day transaction
- Scheduling payments for up-to 12 future dates
- You can also enroll in monthly autopay; that is, the payment will be made automatically and you don’t have to bother remembering the due dates of your bills
- You can also change or cancel any open payments which might have been initiated online but have not been paid