Roughly speaking credit card takes from five to thirty days to arrive.
As you applied for a credit card you can expect to receive a letter in the mail with the status of your credit card application within five to seven business days. However, if you applied online you will receive a notification letter via email little bit faster.
If approved, a credit card company informs you of the estimated time it will take for your credit card to arrive. Also it provides you with a telephone number in case you have questions on your approval. Usually card comes within ten to fifteen days of your approval letter. If your application has been declined, the letter should state the reason you were declined credit.
If enough time has passed and you still have not received any tiny note from the issuer, contact them directly to inquire about your card.
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