07-17-2013 05:23 PM
Can you also PM me the CEO's email address? I am planning to buy a house and I would like to increase my credit.
Although it is at zero balance but it would look better. I have a car loan, and two credit cards from Capitol One with all on time payments.
The customer service will not increase my CL so hopefully he will.
07-17-2013 05:26 PM
lmao me too lexie! JK! EO is the best way to go when it comes to cli with capital one.
07-17-2013 06:18 PM
[Teach to Fish mode:] You are on something called the internet. It is possible to search for things on the internet. In fact, a lot of bright people have put a lot of work into making it easy to find things. One such product is called Google. You can use google to search for, what might be good...., um "Capital One CEO email"
If you do this you get a list of results. And the very first one in the list (you don't even need to click on the link) contains the info that you need.
[\Teach to Fish mode]
If people are getting paid for clicks to this site, fine, But sending PM's to everyone who asks just crowds out more useful stuff. And, what's more, if you were to ask what is the equivalent for Citi/Chase/MyBigBank, a very similar approach would also work.
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