You can request expedited shipping for a Navy Federal Credit Union credit card while completing your application for it. But by doing so, the lender might consider you a high-risk customer who’s in urgent need of credit. As a result, you might receive a lower credit line.
And if your application is already approved and you forgot to request faster shipping, you may have luck by calling (888) 842-6328. Talk to a representative and explain why you need your new card to be delivered as soon as possible. This might work if they haven’t sent your card yet.
Just note that in order to get your card faster (in 2-3 business days), you’ll have to pay an expedited shipping fee of $12.
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