It takes about 7-10 business days to get a First Premier credit card in the mail after being approved for an account. To check on the status of your new First Premier credit card, you can call First Premier customer service at 800-987-5521.
You can check your First Premier credit card application status by calling (800) 987-5521. According to First Premier Bank, you may get a decision within 60 seconds of applying. If you’re not immediately approved or denied, allow 7-10 business days for First Premier to review your application. You’ll either receive a decision or a request for more information in the mail. First Premier asks that you wait 48 hours after submitting your application before calling to check your status.… read full answer
You can’t check the status of a First Premier credit card application online. You can fill out the application online, but the only way to find out the status of that application (if not immediately approved or denied) is to call customer service.
How to check your First Premier credit card application status:
When prompted, press "3" and enter your Social Security number to check the status of your application.
If approved, your card will be mailed to you within 7-10 business days. If your application gets denied, you still have options. Although the First Premier credit cards are designed for individuals with bad credit, approval isn't guaranteed. Other credit card companies may have different approval requirements too. So even if you’re denied for a First Premier credit card, you could still be approved by someone else. Secured cards would be some of the easiest credit cards to get approved for.
You can find your First Premier account number online by signing in to your account, by calling 1-800-987-5521, on your credit card statement.
If you have your credit card nearby, find the 16-digit number on the front of the card and exclude the first 6 digits as well as the last number. The remaining 9 digits should be your account number.… read full answer
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