We told you earlier about an issue with early Apple Card invitations asking for your correct Apple ID, even if you’ve already furnished it. Now it appears the invitation system is sending invites to international users, even the initial Apple Card rollout is limited to the U.S.
AppleInsider has received forwarded emails from Apple ID holders from outside of the U.S. telling them all Apple needs is a valid Apple ID to proceed. Emails are from multiple email locations, including: Canada, England, France, Ireland, and Spain.
The publication says their source inside Apple corporate says the invites should only be going out to Apple ID holders that reside in the US. Apple Support is aware of the issue, and users that contact the support team are being told the engineering team is working on the problem.
Please note that if you are an Apple customer outside of the United States and receive one of these emails, the application will fail when you try to apply. At this point in time, Apple hasn’t announced when the Apple Card will launch outside the U.S. However, Apple has confirmed that it will launch in other countries in the future.