You can easily see whether you qualify for Indigo® Mastercard® for Less than Perfect Credit pre-approval online. Just enter your full legal name, address, date of birth and Social Security number on the Indigo Card website, along with your email address and at least one phone number. After you submit your application for Indigo pre-approval, you should receive a decision in a few seconds.
You have to pre-qualify for the Indigo Mastercard before you can officially apply for an account, so anyone who wants the Indigo Card had better learn how to navigate the process. And while you now know the basics, there are some other important pieces of information you should be aware of.
Here’s what you should know about Indigo pre-approval:
Although the Indigo Credit Card requires pre-qualification, you still have to submit a formal application afterwards.
Unlike a credit card application, checking for pre-approval won’t cause a temporary drop in your credit score. That’s because it’s based on a “soft” credit check.
If you get pre-approved, that means you have a roughly 90% chance of a successful credit card application.
If you don’t pre-qualify for the Indigo Card, you may be invited to apply for a different card from another bank instead.
If you don’t get Indigo pre-approval the first time, you can try again in 60 days. And in the meantime, you can sign up for WalletHub’s free credit reports and scores to make sure your credit is in the best possible shape when you apply.
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