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Here's how to get there.

Make payments on time.

Paying your bills on time is one of the most important things you can do to get a good credit score. Make a payment now, using cash, check, or debit card.

Cash
To pay with cash, visit a MoneyGram location near you.

Debit Card
To make a payment using a debit card go here.

Check and Recurring ACH (Automatic Deduction)
To pay using a checking account, log into MyAccount or call (800) 321-9637. To sign up for Recurring AutoPay with your checking account, click here or log into MyAccount to enroll and take the worry out of making payments.

Enroll in Financial Improvement Training.

With FIT, you get unlimited access to interactive videos and tools that help overcome everyday financial challenges. The program is completely free and available online. You can even earn six months of free credit monitoring when you complete the FIT core curriculum.

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Answers at your fingertips.

Check out our FAQs for the quick answers you need.

Q. How do I get a MyAccount login?

A. It’s easy. Simply go here and click Register. You’ll be asked to provide basic account information and create a User ID and Password. Be sure to have your 7-digit Exeter account number handy, along with the last four digits of your (or the primary account holder’s) Social Security number, and the ZIP code associated with the mailing address on the account.

Q. Where can I find my Exeter account number?

A. Your account number can be found in the About Your Account section of your monthly statement. It should be seven digits long. If your account number includes “1001” at the end, do NOT include those numbers when registering online through MyAccount.

Q. What is the quickest way to make a payment?

A. Online, through MyAccount. You have 24/7/365 access to your account with MyAccount. If you don’t have a login, go here to register. It’s easy and free. You can also make payments over the phone. Just call (800) 321-9637 and follow the prompts.

Protecting your information.

Check out the steps you can take to help protect your online account.

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Learn about your credit.

Your credit score can impact almost everything in your life – from getting a job to buying a house.

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