No, First Progress Platinum Elite does not have travel insurance. While First Progress Platinum Elite does have benefits such as zero fraud liability and monthly credit bureau reporting, travel insurance is not among the card’s perks. This is because the First Progress Platinum Elite credit card is made for people who are trying to rebuild their credit.
The First Progress Platinum Elite credit limit is $200 to $2,000. Everyone who gets approved for First Progress Platinum Elite is guaranteed a credit limit of at least $200, though each person’s exact starting credit limit will depend on how much of a security deposit they put down. When you first open the secured card, the amount of your security deposit will be your credit limit.… read full answer
The First Progress Platinum Elite credit limit that you start with isn’t necessarily your credit line forever. First Progress will usually allow you to increase your security deposit for a higher credit line.
If you were approved, it should take about two weeks for your First Progress credit card to reach you.
That being said, you could opt-in for Expedited Processing, which costs $19.95. With the Expedited Processing Service, the card will be processed about a week faster. Keep in mind, you can only enable that if you paid the deposit with a debit or prepaid card.… read full answer
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