The Avant Card credit limit is between $300 and $3,000. Avant determines the exact credit limit based on an applicant’s credit score, payment history, existing debt and income.
If your Avant Card’s limit is less than what you want, you can call (855) 752-7012 and request a credit limit increase at any time. Avant may also periodically review your account for an automatic credit limit increase up to the $3,000 maximum. However, there’s no guarantee when, or if, that will occur.… read full answer
The easiest way you can check your Avant Card balance is by either logging in to your online account or calling credit card customer service at (855) 752-7012. Alternatively, you can check your Avant Card balance through the Avant mobile app for iOS and Android.
To get Avant Card pre-approval, sign into your account through Avant’s online application page, then fill out the pre-approval form or enter a promotional code from a pre-approved mail offer. Avant requires all potential applicants to get pre-approved before submitting an application. Pre-approval uses a soft credit pull, which does not affect your credit score.… read full answer
Here’s how Avant Card pre-approval works:
The Avant Card is geared toward applicants with at least fair credit. If you are pre-approved, you should receive an immediate response inviting you to apply for the card. The invitation will include your card’s specific terms, and if you agree to them, you can proceed with the application.
You’re under no obligation to apply after getting pre-approved for the Avant Card. And if you do submit an application, there’s no guarantee you’ll be approved. You will have very good odds, though. Also, be aware that if you apply for the card, it will result in a hard pull on your credit report and a temporary decrease in your credit score.
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