12-12-2008 11:55 AM
Sorry if this is a repost
Has anyone receive a letter from Cap1 with checks Reds and blues?
The Red ones (one is filled out for me to deposit) are for making purchases at current purchasing rate. The Blues are for balance transfers at 3.99% APR. In the fine print 3 % of each check or transferred balance amount or $50 per transaction, whichever is less. Also APR can be increased if payment is late twice in 12 months.
I think this is going to the shedder. After all these i had to combine my Cap1 cards to get a higher balance with them. Now that i paid the balance to zero they come with this. I think not.
12-12-2008 10:31 PM
12-13-2008 07:31 AM
I receive those checks from CAP1 every other month as well. I always shred them.
i always shred junk mail like this. it is not worth it. especially the fine print which some if not most read
12-13-2008 04:43 PM - edited 12-13-2008 04:44 PM
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