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When will i receive the credit card, i applied for it. Havent received an answer.

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You applied but was it approved?... No on here nor the company that issue you the card can tell you when exactly you going to receive it. Generally one would receive their card 7~10 working days after it's been approved, unless you call and ask them to expedite it, then probably 3~4 days if they even offer that service.

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Typically, If you applied on line

you would generally get approved or not approved  right away.  If you did not then the system is sending the app to a human for further review and you can expect an answer either by email or snail mail with in 5 business days or so.  If you are approved you can expect the card in the mail, generally with in 2 weeks.  If you were not approved you'll get a denial letter within the same time frame. 

Good luck  

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