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Overstock Credit Card - 2-4 week message

Overstock is backed up by Nation First Bank of Omaha, I submitted application and received 2-4 week message.

 

Not sure if it is approved or not. Tried their number 1-866-348-3036 to check application status but receiving pending status and asking to checkback after 3-5 days.

 

Anyone has similar experience or any suggestion ??

 

 

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Re: Overstock Credit Card - 2-4 week message


wealthcreator wrote:

Overstock is backed up by Nation First Bank of Omaha, I submitted application and received 2-4 week message.

 

Not sure if it is approved or not. Tried their number 1-866-348-3036 to check application status but receiving pending status and asking to checkback after 3-5 days.

 

Anyone has similar experience or any suggestion ??

 

 


FNBO does manual underwriting on every application AFAIK. It'll take some time.

 

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Re: Overstock Credit Card - 2-4 week message

+1, every app goes to manual review normal procedure.

 

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Re: Overstock Credit Card - 2-4 week message

I didn't even know Overstock had a credit card.  Is it a Visa or just a store card?

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Re: Overstock Credit Card - 2-4 week message


Fresh-Start wrote:

I didn't even know Overstock had a credit card.  Is it a Visa or just a store card?


It's a Mastercard. I don't think they have just a store card.

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