Applicants can check their First Progress Platinum Select application status online or by phone at 1 (866) 706-5543. For both methods, you’ll need to provide your full name and the last 4 digits of your Social Security number so that First Progress can match you to your application.
How to Check Your First Progress Platinum Select Application Status Online
Give your full name and the last 4 digits of your Social Security number when prompted.
View your First Progress Platinum Select application status: approved, denied, or pending.
Typically, you’ll receive First Progress’s decision on your application within up to three weeks. Many applicants are approved much sooner than that. If you haven’t heard back within a reasonable time frame, you can always call customer service to ask about the delay.
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