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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Julie, Feb 27, 2001.
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From what I've read on this board, I guess Cap One is stingy when it comes to their secured cards, but are generous when it comes to their gold Card. I wonder why. Maybe because they figure a secured customer is more risky than an unsecured.
I have a $200 secured MC through them and I've only had it for about 1.5-2 months. I haven't called in for anything, but I might do so once I figure out what their system is.
Has anyone had any luck negotiating with Cap One's secured card?
If you call every six months they will increase your line by $300 each (for the secured card)
Is this if you call retention? Do you have to threaten to close the account before they will give you the $300 increase? I'm sorry for all the questions, but a $200 limit just isn't doing it for me.
Thru retention. I had to pull a few little white lies, tee hee. I told her I got an offer from another company for $1000 unsecured, but I don't want to add another card, and that I want to stay with them, but the limit is so small. I didn't do any threatening. I talked nicely, and pretended to know someone there, i.e., the person I know says that retention can do ALOT more.