You can check your Milestone Credit Card application status by calling (866) 502-6439 and using the automated system, 24/7. Or, you can request to speak to a customer service representative from 6 a.m. to 6 p.m., Pacific Time, seven days a week. When prompted, provide your application reference number, which should have been included in the confirmation message or e-mail you received after you submitted the application. Milestone Credit Card does not offer an option to check your application status online.
You’ll only need to check your Milestone Credit Card application status if you don’t get a decision right when you apply. If that’s the case, there may be missing or inaccurate information on your application. If you haven’t received a decision by e-mail after a few days, call customer service for a status update.
You should receive your new Milestone Credit Card within 14 business days after you’re approved. Milestone Credit Card does not allow for reconsideration if your application is denied. However, they may recommend offers for credit cards from partner banks based on your credit standing.
Milestone® Mastercard® - Less Than Perfect Credit Considered
Your Milestone credit card limit will depend on your creditworthiness, but as a guideline, cardholders generally start with a $300 spending limit. And that's effectively reduced to between $225 and $265 by the first-year annual fee, assessed when you open the account.
Cardholders are generally eligible for credit limit increases after six months of on-time payments, but that doesn't mean you will necessarily be granted one. Your best bet would be to call customer service at 800-958-2556 and ask.
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