TJ Maxx Credit Card

Q. Where can I get info on applying for a TJ Maxx credit card and how do I pay my TJ Maxx credit card bill online?

A. If you are applying for a TJ Maxx credit card for the first time, it is easy to do online, and we have supplied you with the link to do so below, along with other relevant links you might find helpful or interesting, including the online payment page.

  • The TJX Rewards Credit Card – Official TJ Maxx portal to all credit card services, including links to apply for a TJ Maxx credit card, to manage your account and make a payment, sign up for e-mails about special cardholder offers, more. (
  • TJ Maxx Credit Card Application – Use this link to go straight to the TJX Rewards credit card online application, supplied by Synchrony Bank (formerly known as GE Capital Retail Bank), the actual issuer of the card. (
  • TJ Maxx Credit Card Payment Login – TJ Maxx credit cards are issued by Synchrony Bank (formerly GE Capital Retail Bank), and this is the page to log in and pay your TJ Maxx credit card bill online, or otherwise manage your credit card account. If you don’t have a login ID and password, you can register to get those here. (
  • TJ Maxx Credit Card Customer Service Phone Number – Click through to find the toll-free number to contact customer service with questions or concerns about the TJ Maxx credit card. Last we looked, the number was 1-800-952-6133 for the store card or 1-877-890-3150 for the TJX MasterCard. (
  • GE Capital To Provide Credit-Card Program For TJX, Owner Of T.J. Maxx, Marshalls And Home Goods – January 2011 article on GE Capital taking over as the issuer of TJ Maxx credit cards — the cards were previously issued by Chase. GE Capital Retail Bank has since been spun off into a new company, Synchrony Financial. (
  • T.J. Maxx Theft Believed Largest Hack Ever – March, 2007 article about thieves breaking into the computer systems of TJ Maxx’s parent company TJX and stealing data on over 40 million users of T.J. Maxx and Marshalls credit cards. The thefts had occurred in 2003, but many of the cards were still active when the theft was discovered. While the headline calls it the largest hack ever, the theft has since been eclipsed by larger breaches at Target and Home Depot stores. (
  • Feds Charge 11 in Breaches at TJ Maxx, OfficeMax, DSW, Others – August, 2008 article on the arrest of 11 men in connection with the massive credit card number theft against TJ Maxx and other retailers that had occurred over the past 4 to 5 years. (
  • TJX Settles Lawsuits Over Huge Data Theft – September, 2007 article about T.J. Maxx’s parent company settling a class action lawsuit related to the large data breach reported earlier in 2007. (
  • TJX Settles with Government Over Data Breach, Avoids Fines – March, 2008 article on T.J. Maxx’s parent company coming to an agreement with the U.S. government that would provide for government audits of TJX’s data gathering and storing. (