01-27-2013 10:37 PM
On the 10th of jan. i applied for a first national bank omaha amex, its been over two
weeks with no response to my application. Online still says pending and i havnt recieved
a denial letter in the mail. This was a prescreened application that was sent to me, im assuming
because my credit profile fell into there criteria. Has anyone here had any experience with B of O?
And would u think hearing nothing about the status of the app is a good or bad sign?
Any thoughts would appreciated all
01-27-2013 10:43 PM
Hi - I have a Visa card from them and I also receive a preapproval in the mail. Unfortunately it does take a while. I remember I was calling them daily or every other day to see if a decision was made. I think it was about 2 weeks for me also. Hang in there!
01-27-2013 11:56 PM
I'd be tempted to consider that a blessing in disguise. They denied a relative of mine a chargeback on outright fraud.
01-28-2013 05:28 AM
I got a preapproved letter from them in the mail 4 months ago for their Amex and it took almost 2 weeks for me to get results as well. Just hang in there! I have been wanting to get a 2nd card with them (Mastercard) but I can't find any posts concerning people with more than one card with them.
01-28-2013 10:01 AM
I also have a FNBO Visa and I called just last week to find out if we could have more than 1 FNBO credit card and was told by the CSR "yes". I would like to get their AMEX in the future.
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