11-26-2010 06:43 AM
Do anyone have any number to call Orchar Bank regarding my application I submitted to them on the 10th of november with a $200 check for their secured cc, cause on the application status webiste it doesn't show. Thanks!!
11-26-2010 09:15 AM
Waiting is SO hard. So it's been about two weeks - a little less. If you sent it 11-10, then they may have received it 11-12. Then there's a weekend. Then five business days. Then another weekend. Then three business days. Then Thanksgiving weekend. And here you are - they've probably only had 8 business days to process so far. It's hard to wait, but I'd give them a bit more time to get your new account setup before I'd be too worried.
I haven't done a secured with Orchard, but my unsecured took several weeks to be set up; and DH's unsecured took something like 6-8 weeks.
Orchard is s-l-o-w. Have they cashed your check?
Have you tried the backdoor numbers stickied at the top of this Credit Cards forum? That may be helpful.
Congrats on your new account, btw!
11-26-2010 09:47 AM
Thanks, as you said waiting is really HARD, I think I'll have to concentrate in something else and just forget about it for a little time. I just checked my bank account, but no check has been cashed
11-26-2010 10:23 AM
The few people that I know who have applied for Orchard in the last 9 months have waited 6-9 weeks for their cards no matter if was secured or unsecured. Once you see your check is cashed for secured card it is approximately 2-4 weeks before you receive the card.
11-26-2010 02:37 PM
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