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Registered: ‎08-03-2017
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Cap1 secured vs qs

Should I ditch the secured card and just roll it over to my quicksilver card or keep both. I'm not sure how having multiple cards work for the same bank.
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Registered: ‎05-31-2017
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Re: Cap1 secured vs qs

You can have multiple cards with Capital One.  YMMV, but from what I have seen on the boards you dont have the option to combine your secured card with your quicksilver.  I have read that many people have been stuck with their secured cards and Cap One will not graduate them, but again YMMV.  Good luck. 

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Registered: ‎09-09-2015
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Re: Cap1 secured vs qs

Give em a call and see if they will mature/upgrade it for you to an unsecured?  I have a couple Cap1 cards and theya re very easy to manage form single login etc

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