06-10-2010 06:38 PM
I think thats the largest limit I have ever heard of anyone being issued up front from Cap1.
06-10-2010 08:01 PM
A few months ago, my college student daughter was approved for a Cap One No Hassle Cash Rewards card with $15,000 CL.
Whoa! Amazing! Did she have to prove her income?
06-10-2010 08:19 PM
$15000??? for a college student? I doubt it.
I have 2500 and I had my card since 1999.
06-10-2010 08:23 PM
I think he had his daughter as an AU on multiple accounts and her scores were nearly 800
06-10-2010 08:36 PM
My first CapOne card was in Oct, 2006. CL was $18K. The have not given me a CLI increase. Interest rate recently raised from 5.99% to 15.9%.
My second one was a CapOne Business. It was opened April, 2008 with a Cl of $20K. Interest has always been 9.99%.
They were more generous with initial CL than Discover, who gave me an original CL of $10K in Jan, 2008. They did give me a CLI to $15K in Nov, 2009.
06-10-2010 08:52 PM
DW has a CL of $25K. After events of the last two years, I expect the CLs that CapOne hands out these days are generally smaller than 5-10 years ago, and the vast majority continues to be fairly toy-sized ...
06-11-2010 11:10 PM
I am 22 years old and opened my capital one card in 2005 the MONTH i turned 18...started with a 200.00 limit. and today I am proud to say that without EVER asking for a limit increase it sits at a nice 9,500.00. I love capital one and will always be a loyal customer to them. This is the ONLY card that I have never had to ask for a limit increase.
06-12-2010 01:22 AM
I've had my CapOne Platinum for 6 years. Started with a $500 CL and 7 months ago they auto CLI'd to $2000. My new Discover approved this week is at $4000, so it looks like I'll be using my Discover a bunch more.
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