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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Sally, Feb 27, 2001.
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If you only qualified for the secured card 3 months ago, I doubt that you would get a gold card now. If your credit has drastically improved since then, well that is different story. But to answer your question, I had 3 cards with capital one at one time.
Thank you very much for the information...Sally
Don't apply for Cap 1 yet. They only would send you another secured card with $200 only
and place an inquire in each of your three cr bureaus.
Wait until your account goes to unsecured status and then try. Capital One is probably one of the most conservative companies out there. I can almost assure you that with only three months payment history they will not approve. You may want to try Orchard Bank...they will offer an unsecured card with a low limit to start.Good luck.
I don't know how many Capital One allowed you to get. One time I got three cards from them at one time.One si secured MasterCard and the other two are unsecured.