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Capital one upgrade

Received an email yesterday that one of my accounts( no hassle rewards card) could be upgraded to the new cash card!

   I did the upgrade in hopes they will cli me soon.

 This is my only crappy card with a low limit and the only reason it is still open is because my AF was waived.

 Everything on my account will stay the same and if they dont cli , it will be closed next year.

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Re: Capital one upgrade


littlesister wrote:

Received an email yesterday that one of my accounts( no hassle rewards card) could be upgraded to the new cash card!

   I did the upgrade in hopes they will cli me soon.

 This is my only crappy card with a low limit and the only reason it is still open is because my AF was waived.

 Everything on my account will stay the same and if they dont cli , it will be closed next year.


Is this the excellent credit version of green cash? (Judging by your scores I assume so)

 

What is your current limit on it?




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Re: Capital one upgrade

Got the same email and i upgraded mine also.. On the phone i asked if it meant i will be gettinng a cli soon.  Rep basically told me that its unlikely, and if i want a higher cl i should app for a new card, lol. At least he was honest.

 

This card is my lowest limit but i dont care since theres no annual fee, i closed my other cap1 card that had an annual fee.  Hopefully he was wrong and a cli is on the way for both of us.


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Re: Capital one upgrade

i am guessing everyone with the no hassle rewards will be getting this card at somepoint. 


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Re: Capital one upgrade

I don't want this card, I like my NHC card!!!!

 

Cap 1 must know my track record of axing subprime cards...........My shredder is hungry.........Smiley Surprised




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