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Re: Capital One

It appears that the Orchard Bank cards might be the first ones to convert as I got an email last month saying that I will receive a Cap1 card to replace the Orchard card in the spring. I wonder what type of Cap1 card it will be converted to.
Cards: Orchard Bank ($1100) | Cap1 Cash Rewards ($2500) | Chase Freedom ($1000) | Best Buy ($2500) | Discover It ($1000) | Barclay Rewards ($2500) | Current scores: EX FAKO: 684, CK TU: 649, FICO EQ: 680, FICO TU: 698, FICO EX: 658 Happy Homeowner Since 2/6/13! :smileyhappy: Last App: 4/5/13 Gardening until July 2014
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Re: Capital One

wow i wonder if they will change the cards to one of there products or if the card just stays the same

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Thread-surrection.

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It may be an old thread but the transition between HSBC and Capital One is still evolving. It is good to hear what others are getting in terms of credit with Cap1 and which cards will convert first. I think it is still relevant. :smileyhappy:
Cards: Orchard Bank ($1100) | Cap1 Cash Rewards ($2500) | Chase Freedom ($1000) | Best Buy ($2500) | Discover It ($1000) | Barclay Rewards ($2500) | Current scores: EX FAKO: 684, CK TU: 649, FICO EQ: 680, FICO TU: 698, FICO EX: 658 Happy Homeowner Since 2/6/13! :smileyhappy: Last App: 4/5/13 Gardening until July 2014
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Re: Capital One

I have one secured and Orchard unsecured which is gonna be cap1 now, so 2.

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Re: Capital One

I applied recently and they said I had too many cards

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Re: Capital One

Correction they have a long time ago


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