Dillard’s credit card login
Here is where you login for your Dillard’s American Express credit card from Wells Fargo bank. The domain you log into for your credit card is ‘myonlineresourcecenter.com’, which is not a Wells Fargo domain, but don’t be alarmed. This is part of Wells Fargo’s arrangement with Dillard’s to issue the card. Note that this card was previously issued by Synchrony Bank, formerly known as GE Retail Bank. The change to Wells Fargo happened in 2014.
My wife signed up for the card in 2014, but we haven’t used it too much. You can read my full review here. There are also some interseting benefits available for the Dillard’s card, and I wrote about them right here. Some retail credit cards, like the Banana Republic card, send you lots of coupons and discounts, but not this one. Hopefully some of you have had better luck in this regard?
Dillard’s credit card contact information
If a Dillard’s credit card login is not enough for you, here’s the Dillard’s credit card phone number:
Other store credit cards
If you’re curious about other store retail cards, I’ve written quite a bit on the subject. You can read about other Synchrony credit cards here. Do note that the Banana Republic / Gap/ Old Navy cards have a well-deserved reputation for giving out lucrative marketing campaigns. We recently got an offer for a 5X bonus for all spending (not just in-store, but everything!) on my wife’s Banana Republic card and 3x on my Old Navy card.
Synchrony has a wide variety of cards, but Comenity offers even more. I wrote about a bunch of them right here, and that page in some cases also includes links to more in-depth reviews. One nice thing about Comenity is that they give better credit lines than Synchrony does. I actually got a line over $10,000 on my first Comenity card, the Fuel Rewards card. Though I’ll also point out that it’s also possible to get respectable credit line increases on your Synchrony cards–see this post for my recent experience.
Other banks besides Wells Fargo have been making moves in the retail card sector. Citibank, for example, now has a number of retail cards; you can find my post about them right here.