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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Marie, Apr 23, 2001.
How many do you guys have? anyone have 4 or more?
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Happy monday Marie. I have been on the board this afternoon in between seeing students. They are puzzled as to why I run to the computer to see what is going on at creditnet. I am puzzled too. LOL.
Glad you are still here and posting.
I had four regular and one business and they are combining the five into one platinum which will require a 900 dollar increase. I have never had a late or overlimit in the six years I've been with them but I am very happy about this because when I applied online in 11/2000 for platinum I got the 200 dollar gold insult instead.
did they tell you what happens to all your accounts? do they say closed? transferred?
My understanding is they will be closed at consumers
request.The best part is I owed them over 3000 @16
to19% and can now pay it off at 9.9 fixed.0% on purchases till sept.
My wife has two Cap 1 cc (Regular and Gold) account.
One time I had three Capital One three years ago and two unsecured cards (1 Visa, 1 M/C) and one secured (1 M/C).