If your application is denied, there's still one thing you can do. Call (855) 752-7012 to talk to a representative and ask for a reconsideration. Although there's no guarantee it will change the lender's decision about your denial, there's no harm in trying.
The Avant card credit limit is between $300 and $1,000. Avant determines the exact credit limit based on an applicant’s credit score, payment history, existing debt and income, though most new cardholders start out near the Avant card’s minimum credit limit of $300.
If your Avant card’s limit is less than what you want, you can call 1 (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 $1,000 maximum. However, there’s no guarantee when, or if, that will occur.… read full answer
You need a credit score of at least 640 (fair credit) for an Avant Card. Besides your credit score, the issuer will also look at your income and existing debts to decide whether or not you’re eligible for a new account.
Getting approved for the Avant Card can take as little as 5 minutes. But there are instances when it can take up to 2 business days to get a decision. That’s because the issuer might need to verify some of the information you provided in your application.
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