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Re: Citibank Is Taking Over CapitalOne's Best Buy Portfolio


RSCo wrote:

Good read, thanks for posting it..

 

Maybe that's why I was not approved for a BestBuy Card last week despite my low utils and pretty good CS...  I have 2 CapOne cards and after 13yrs of perfect history with them, I finally received CLIs today from 500.00 and 300.00 to 2,500.00 on each of them.. But, only after sending a letter to the CEO on Friday...  I have a ton of money sitting in their brokerage and they've still be very very difficult to build a relationship with...  I bet Best Buy was not to happy to see how much business they were losing because of CapOnes business model for store card approvals..


Awhhh see it works...congrats

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Re: Citibank Is Taking Over CapitalOne's Best Buy Portfolio

Citi is a tuff cookie.

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