Credit Card Invitations

Welcome to Credit Card Invitation.  Learn more about the various U.S. mail and email offers that you may receive before you apply, so you are more informed about your choices.

All invitations that we review are from U.S. based banks and card issuers. Learn more about the offer that you received in the mail, learn how to improve your credit record to get better offers, consider other banks to apply with, or learn how to just opt-out from mailing lists.

Opt-Out from Pre-screened Lists

To be removed from credit card invitation solicitations, please review the FTC website regarding pre-screened offers.

Credit reporting agency contact information:

P.O. Box 740256
Atlanta, Georgia 30374

P.O. Box 9554
Allen, Texas 75013

P.O. Box 6790
Fullerton, CA 92834

Do Not Call Registry
The federal government’s National Do Not Call Registry is a free, easy way to reduce the telemarketing calls you get at home. To register your phone number or to get information about the registry, visit, or call 1-888-382-1222 from the phone number you want to register.


Credit Card Invitations

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Credit Card Invitation provides credit card applicants with more information about pre-screened mail and online credit card offers before applying.


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