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Re: Cap1 custom designed card

I picked the same design. They approved mine yesterday . Should get it in a few weeks
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No, the Photo needs to be GREATER than 840X840. I just uploaded a Black Carbon fiber image (Thanks for the Idea) at 1140 x 1120 Resolution and it is in the process of being Printed, aproved, whatever.

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LMBO IMAGINE IF YOU PUT THE DISCOVER IT DESIGN! :smileyvery-happy:

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Well mine is uploaded to Capone and is titled  "The World Card"  so if anyone else wants to give it a try go ahead.  But, remember I haven't yet heard if they approved it yet or not.  I actually gave it to someone else and they uploaded it there and asked for it on their card.  (Which I am OK with!)  However, you might want to wait a day or two and see what happens with ours in case they do say no.  I do really hope there are no issues with it.  I want to be able to call my sister and tell her to expect a new card in the mail, because I know she probably won't notice the limit or if she does she will have other questions.  She will be certainly asking me what the benefits are to having it.  I know all that information is in the mailer they give you, but I had to send her out a cheat sheet for the different cards I have so she can max out her rewards.  (By her rewards I mean the rewards she earns by using my credit cards.)

 

On a positve note Capone just reduced my APR to 16.9% for 7 months.  (I find that amusing, since I PIF, but maybe it will help her out if she needs to carry a balance!)  I had to ask for it in chat, since it did not come up with the modify luv button.



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Maybe I'll give it a shot..I'll call it the EXECUTIVE ELITE card or something fancy like that...

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Well they said no to my design.  They did not give me a specific reason, just a nice long lists of possible reasons.



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Re: Cap1 custom designed card

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GMC Sierra Denali Can you email that picture in a 840x840 resolution or higher please

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Re: Cap1 custom designed card

So, did they approve the black card?

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Jackie12345 wrote:

So, did they approve the black card?


Welcome to the forum Jackie

 

I am not sure if OP still follows this thread as is is quite dated. Do you have a design in mind you would like to use on your card? If so I would just upload it and see if Cap1 aproves it. 

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Thanks, yes, the one GmcSierra posted:

http://i40.tinypic.com/2z3t0fp.png

[IMG]http://i40.tinypic.com/2z3t0fp.jpg[/IMG]

But I don't know how to get the high res version of this. Also, how was he able to add "black card" on it. 

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