On the website. Visit the Mission Lane activation page and log into your account using your credentials. Then, activate your Mission Lane Card as instructed.
Over the phone. Call (855) 307-1240 or the number on the sticker attached to the front of the card. Verify your personal information to activate your Mission Lane Card.
Mobile app. Log in to the Mission Lane mobile app for iOS and Android using the same credentials that you’d use to log in online. Tap the credit card activation button, then enter any security information that’s requested on the following page.
Your new Mission Lane Card will be ready to make purchases in just a few minutes no matter which method you use to activate it. Mission Lane does not have a certain time limit within which you need to activate your card, but it’s best to do it as soon as possible.
You can apply for the Mission Lane Credit Card if you've received an invitation from them. Otherwise, you can put your name on a waitlist here.
Mission Lane will send you an email when or if credit card applications become public. Keep in mind, though, joining the waitlist doesn't guarantee you approval for any products they have to offer.… read full answer
Yes, the Mission Lane Card is a good card for people looking to build or rebuild their credit. It doesn’t have any hidden fees, and the issuer offers periodical credit limit increases (if you use your card responsibly). You’re also given many credit-building tools such as:
Monthly reporting to the major credit bureaus TransUnion, Experian, and Equifax
The biggest downside of the Mission Lane Card is that you can only apply for it with an invitation code. If you haven’t received a pre-approved offer with a code yet, you can join Mission Lane's waitlist.
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