You can check your OpenSky application status online. You’ll need to provide the last four digits of your Social Security Number and you date of birth, so that the issuer can match you to your application. It should only take a few minutes to find out whether your application is approved, denied, or pending.
How to Check Your OpenSky Application Status Online:
Give your date of birth and the 4 last digits of your Social Security Number.
View your OpenSky application status: approved, denied, or pending.
Typically, you’ll receive the decision on your application within 24-48 hours. Many applicants are approved much sooner than that. If you haven’t heard back within a reasonable time frame, you can always call customer service to ask about the delay.
The OpenSky Card does not have a credit score requirement because it doesn’t do a credit check. While your credit score won’t impact your approval odds, the OpenSky Card does require you to be at least 18 years old, have a Social Security number, and earn enough income to make minimum monthly payments.… read full answer
Like all no-credit-check credit cards, the OpenSky Card is a secured card, meaning it also requires a refundable security deposit for approval. You can learn about other no credit check credit cards on WalletHub.
It usually takes 24-48 hours to get approved for the OpenSky credit card. So, the only thing that involves a bit more waiting is your credit card delivery, which should take about 2 weeks.
Of course, application processing will take longer if they're not able to verify your identity right away. In this case, they will send you an email and your responsiveness will ultimately determine the timing of receipt of your credit card.… read full answer
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