To talk to First National Bank of Omaha customer service, call 1-888-530-3626 and then enter your card number and press #. This process will get you in contact with a live First National Bank of Omaha representative who should be able to answer your questions or direct you to the appropriate department.
How to Talk to First National Bank of Omaha Customer Service by Phone
Call the First National Bank of Omaha customer service phone number at 1-888-530-3626.
Enter your card number.
Speak to the live representative.
If you can’t or don’t want to talk to First National Bank of Omaha customer service over the phone, there are a few alternatives.
Yes, any of the First National Bank of Omaha credit cards will do hard pulls upon applying. Their credit cards require at least good credit (i.e. a credit score of 700+), with the exception of the First National Bank of Omaha Secured Visa, designed for applicants with bad or no credit.… read full answer
There is no way to get pre-approved for a First Progress credit card. A hard pull usually causes an applicant's credit score to drop by 5-10 points. Most people’s scores bounce back within 3-6 months with responsible credit management, but it can take up to 12 months. You can learn more about how to minimize the credit score damage here.
You can check your credit card application status either online or over the phone, depending on the credit card company. Many credit card applicants receive a decision within minutes, but it can take longer if the issuer needs more information or if it’s a close call between approval and rejection. Some credit card applications stay in pending status for up to 30 days.… read full answer
All major credit card companies allow applicants to check their status by calling the main customer service line and following the prompts. Most major issuers – including American Express, Bank of America and Citibank – also offer a way to check your credit card application status online.
How to Check Your Credit Card Application Status with Major Issuers:
Whether you’re trying to check your application status online or over the phone, it can be stressful dealing with a pending credit card decision. Rest assured that even if you are eventually denied, you still have plenty of options.
Approval criteria for credit cards differ from one issuer to the next, and even from card to card with the same issuer. So if you’re denied for one card, it doesn’t mean you can’t be approved for another. For more information, check out this guide on what to do if your credit card application is denied.
To get a credit card, you need a Social Security number, a non-P.O. Box U.S. mailing address, some form of income, and to be at least 18 years old. If you’re under 21 years old, you will need your own independent income, rather than shared income, to get a credit card. Your legal name, phone number, email address and date of birth will be required, too. In some cases, an ITIN or passport will be accepted in place of a Social Security number.… read full answer
Even though people who are under 18 years old can’t get their own credit card account, they can easily become an authorized user on an adult’s account. This enables the authorized user to get a card with their name on it and to begin building credit, but they won’t be responsible for paying bills.
Here’s what you need to get a credit card:
Social Security number. ITIN or passport is acceptable, in some cases.
Street address. P.O. Box addresses are not accepted.
Annual income. For applicants under 21 years old, this can’t be shared income.
Age. You must be at least 18 years old. If under 18, you can become an authorized user.
Credit history. You don’t need credit history to get a credit card, but a good credit score will make it possible to get the best cards.
You can get a credit card with just the bare minimum qualifications, but you may not be able to get any credit card. There are credit cards for all categories of creditworthiness, so credit cards have vastly different approval criteria from card to card.
To see what credit cards you might qualify for, start by checking your credit score for free on WalletHub. You’ll also get personalized offers for credit cards that suit your personal financial situation, with approval odds included.
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