04-25-2011 03:15 PM
This really feels like a turning point...other than my Wells Fargo Secured card I no longer have a single card with any annual fee! I just closed down my Capital One card and it feels good!
Approved for only a $200 starting limit but worth it for me because I do quite a bit of clothes shopping there and can pay it off right away.
I know their balance/limit reporting is all messed up currently but do they do many auto-CLI's?
04-25-2011 03:58 PM
ifinet, I'm going to have to subscribe to your posts just to keep up with your avatars and siggies!
--as my avi enters a stare-down with yours
OK, sorry for the thread-jack; handing the thread back over to OP
04-25-2011 04:01 PM
Oops, oh yes, congrats on the approval!
Their cards seem to be demonically possessed these days, but the rewards are great.
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