You can check your Best Western Credit Card application status by calling (888) 530-3626. Simply listen to the automated menu options to check your application status and enter your personal information when prompted.
Some applicants may receive an instant decision, immediately after submitting their Best Western Credit Card application. If the issuer needs to review your application in further detail, you will be informed of their decision within 10 business days.
In case your application is rejected, you will be sent a letter detailing the reasons. You can request reconsideration by calling (888) 530-3626. Just make sure to review the reasons for your initial denial and be prepared to make your case with a representative.
It can take anywhere from a few minutes to 10 business days to get approved for the Best Western Credit Card.
While some applicants may be approved instantly because they match the exact criteria that the issuer (First National Bank of Omaha) is looking for, not being approved right away doesn’t mean that you won’t ultimately get approved once your application is reviewed in more detail.… read full answer
You will be informed either way once a decision has been reached.
Your Best Western Credit Card approval odds are higher if you have at least good credit, which is a score of 700 or higher.
That's not the only thing taken into account when a card issuer is deciding whether to approve your credit application, however. They'll also look at your annual income, your existing debt obligations, and the actual contents of your credit report. … read full answer
You should always check your credit score before you apply for a credit card to get a good idea of your approval odds.
The starting credit limit for the Best Western Credit Card isn't disclosed. After approval, each cardholder's credit limit will be determined based on certain factors, such as their:
Regardless of your initial credit limit, you might qualify for an increase after at least 6 months of account opening. For better odds of being granted an increase, always pay your bills on time, and … read full answerimprove your credit score and income.
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