The Capital One application reference number will be included in the confirmation email sent out to you upon submitting the credit card application.
If you apply by phone or online, you will often get a response in 60 seconds. In certain cases, Capital One will need to collect additional information to make a decision, but you should receive written notification within 7 to 10 days from applying. You can always check the status of your application anytime by calling (800) 903-9177.
To check your Capital One credit card application status, simply call (800) 903-9177. Press “3” when you hear the menu, or say “application status.” You will be asked to enter your 9-digit Social Security number to confirm your identity. Once you do so, you will receive a status update. Capital One will also notify you of their decision in writing within 7 to 10 days of your application.… read full answer
How to check your Capital One credit card application status:
It can take 7-10 days to get approved for a Capital One credit card, if you're not approved instantly when you apply. Online and phone applications generally result in an instant response.
You can expect to have your Capital One credit card in hand 7 to 10 business days after approval.… read full answer
You may be able to use your Capital One credit card before it arrives if you download the Capital One mobile app. The app shows eligible accountholders all their card details under the “Your Card Number” section of the app, but your account would need to pass certain security checks to be eligible for this feature. Capital One does not disclose any specific information with regard to this. If you aren’t seeing this option, you would have to wait for your physical card before you can use it.
You can check the status of your credit card application anytime by calling Capital One at (800) 903-9177.
It takes about 14 calendar days for a new Capital One credit card to arrive. And it takes 4-6 business days to get a replacement card, unless you pay $16 for delivery in 2-3 business days. There are no options to get new cards faster. But it won’t always take 14 days for a new card to reach you, depending on how far it has to travel. That’s just the timeframe Capital One quotes people. … read full answer
As far as the approval timeline goes, you could be instantly approved for a Capital One credit card if you apply online. On the other hand, Capital One may need longer to verify your information and decide whether you’re creditworthy enough for the card. If you don’t get a decision right away, you can usually expect to hear back within 7-10 business days. That means you should get your Capital One credit card 14-24 (business) days after submitting an application, assuming you’re approved.
Here’s how long it takes for a Capital One credit card to arrive:
New cards take up to 14 calendar days to arrive, following account approval. You can’t pay to speed this up.
Replacement cards take 4-6 business days to arrive. You can cut that timeframe in half by paying $16.
It can take 7-10 business days to get approved for a Capital One credit card, if you’re not approved instantly when you apply.
You can expect to have your Capital One credit card in hand anywhere from 2 weeks to a month after you apply.
You can use your Capital One credit card before it arrives if you download the Capital One app. The app shows you all your card details.
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