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Capital One

What scores does Capital One seem to be approving at for a non secured card?

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Re: Capital One

Low 600 is what I have seen but you will get an AF card.
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Re: Capital One


armbenderc wrote:
Low 600 is what I have seen but you will get an AF card.

+1 and they'll give you a crappy limit.

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DaniBananiie wrote:

armbenderc wrote:
Low 600 is what I have seen but you will get an AF card.

+1 and they'll give you a crappy limit.


+1000...and they'll put you in a program called credit steps where you make 6 on time payments and you'll get a small bump on the 7th statement. If you're lucky you might get one more increase on this card but that will be about it. But this is a rebuilder card so don't get upset and call them "crap one", just apply for a better card when your credit profile supports one...


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