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Take this with a grain of salt but your not going to get anywhere with that email. Members created the Cap executive office number thread for those that have been with them for years with the same cl and in my opinion are entitled to a cli cause they carry much larger limits on other accounts and wanted to stay with capital one. If you claim you have 25k+ in available credit with other accounts I ask why bother with cap one then? You have way too much new credit opened up recently my advise is back off on the apping cause it will lead to a potential creditor shutting you down.
Credit is a privilege not a right.
11-16-2012 07:28 AM
good luck , but compared to few cards in you sig ( I know you said you have more) those are pretty low limits.
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