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I applied for a credit card through Creditnet.com, but I haven't received it yet. When will my credit card arrive?

If you were instantly approved for a credit card, your card could take anywhere from 5 to 30 days to arrive. Some card issuers offer rush delivery for an extra fee. 

Otherwise, if you applied online for a card, you should receive a notification letter via email or snail mail. If you were approved, the letter will state when you should expect to receive your new card. Often, you will receive it within 7-15 days of your letter. If your application has been declined, the letter should state the reason you were declined credit. Keep in mind that you are now entitled to see a copy of the credit report viewed by the credit issuer for no fee. 

If enough time has passed and you still have not received any correspondence from the issuer, contact them directly to inquire about your card. 

Note: Creditnet.com provides information, such as rate tables and reviews, on credit products and services. When you are ready to apply or signup, Creditnet.com sends you directly to the credit or service provider's secure website. Creditnet.com does not issue credit to consumers. So if you have any questions regarding the issuing of your credit card, please contact the credit issuer directly.