06-15-2013 08:48 AM
I've had this card for 7 years and still have the same CL of $740. It was originally $500 but then went to $750. IS there a way with this card to get any auto CLI or ask for one?
06-15-2013 09:11 AM
Provided you've treated the card well all this time, you're gonna want to email the executive office, tell them what's up, wait for em to call you, and then they should be more than helpful, especially with such an old account.
06-15-2013 03:40 PM
It's easy just google capital one CEO. The correct address starts Richard......
06-15-2013 09:42 PM
i had my cap1 platinum since 12/12 w/ 500..... at my 5th statement, they bumped it to 1500!!!!!!
i am under credit building program, watever......i have read many different stories bout cap1's so called credit building program and best conclusion i came up with is..........YMMV.
its simple as pimple.
06-15-2013 09:51 PM - edited 06-15-2013 10:39 PM
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06-16-2013 12:57 AM
I've had the Platinum Mastercard for about 5 years now (it was the first card i applied for when i turned 18). Since then, it had always been $300 CL. I emailed the "CEO" a few weeks back and explained my situation and how i've been handling my credit (paid off a few cards, large payments on this CapOne card, etc.). A rep from the office called me back a few busn days later just to confirm some income info and the next day when I logged in, it was Increased to $500 (which is what I asked for, im not greedy), so I'm definitely happy
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