06-15-2013 04:25 AM
06-17-2013 10:49 AM
I have the Basic Capital One Platinum Credit Card M/C. When I requested to add my image I thought it would be fixated on a Basic Card. Just like the one I had..When I received my Card with "Image" The card was Dark Blue with my image.What if I didn't want to change the layout or color of card..or what if I didn't like the color Blue..Or why wasn't I given an option to a color. I appreciate the feedback..Maybe there is more answers for me.
01-14-2014 04:45 PM
I got the approval email this afternoon! Woot woot!! I know it doesn't say World Elite Mega Super Card or anything, but I think it looks cool. Their rendering came out a little different than mine. They added the word PLATINUM and it looks like there is a black shadow or something around the MC logo. I am really hoping the edges and back are not white. Dark blue would be ideal.
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