Capital One is an online financial institution that is most known for offering credit cards to customers. However, they also provide a handful of other loan types, including automobile loans, which can be paid through a number of methods.
Option 1: Pay your Car Loan Online
Online payments for a Capital One auto loan will require that you have login credentials to be able to log in to the company’s site. You can create your online profile for your auto loan through the Capital One 360 auto loan registration. Go through the four pages of forms to create your account, after which you will be able to log in and make a payment by following these directions:
- Navigate to the URL www.capitalone.com/autoloans/login
- Enter your user ID, customer number or your saver ID
- Click the “Continue” button
- Go to Pay Bill
- Select the amount to pay toward your account
- Enter the details of your payment source
- Submit your payment
Option 2: Pay through Mail
There are two addresses available to send a payment through the mail to for Capital One auto loan customers. For both, you will prepare a check or money order made out to Capital One with your account number written on it. If you are making a standard payment on your account, send the payment to:
Payment Option 3: Call Capital One Auto by Phone
To make a payment over the phone, you can call Capital One’s auto loan customer service line by dialing
You can make payments through the automated assistance 24 hours a day, but if you would like to speak with a live customer service representative, you will have to call from Monday through Friday between 8 am and 9 pm Eastern time.
Check Capital One Auto Loan Application Status
It can be an anxious time when you are waiting to hear back about a loan application, especially when you need to get a car to handle your daily actions like going to work or even to go grocery shopping. Anyway, to check on the status of a recent auto loan application that you have submitted to Capital One, visit the Capital One Auto Financing Applications page and fill out the fields to check what’s going on with your prospective loan.