09-28-2012 08:04 PM
So I'm thinking CrapOne can go piss off, but this was my first card and it's actually the hardest to part with even with a pitiful 200 buck limit. I actually got the card when I was still under 18 yrs old. Had another CrapOne card a year later with 500 limit, but closed it after opening Discover, BofA, Chase, Amex Blue Cash with limits of 4300 (later raised to 5400 then 6500), 5000 (later lowed to 2700 then 2300.. this one!), 1100 (formerly WaMu Providian LOL!), and 500 respectively.. When I closed the second CrapOne card with the 500 limit I did it wanting to keep the first one due to longer history even though it had a sucky 200 buck limit.
So I think I might have called these CrapOne jokers one day like probably a year ago saying, "Hey, you guys only let me have 200 pitiful dollars to borrow.. Anything you want to do here to y'know.. I mean... REALLY?!
QUESTION: Just keep it and sock drawer it for buying pieces of gum once in a while??? Y'know since I got 11 year with these jokers yet 200 pitiful dollars...
PS QUESTION: Any "MAGIC" words CrapOne needs to hear out of my mouth for an increase??
Thanks guys. This board is great. First time post! WHOOOO!!
09-28-2012 08:17 PM
Why don't you call the Cap One executive office like many people on this forum in your situation has done the past few days. I've read quite a few success stories.
09-28-2012 08:47 PM
I thought so, but right now I'm collecting unemployment and I presume they will start interrogating me about my income. Can I get help on the right number to call and after that is said and done... Do I just be honest and up front? Stupid question, but I don't know if I'm supposed to say anything magical.
Thanks this forum is addicting!
09-28-2012 08:49 PM
Cap1: 800-625-7866 (Account Specialist)
Cap1: 800-951-6951 (cust. relations) Cap1: 800-548-4593 (application status - automated only) Cap1: 800-889-9939 or 800-625-7866.(Account Specialist) Cap1: 877-513-9959 (Account Retention?) Cap1: 800-258-9319 (Debt Recovery)
Cap1 Secured Platinum: 800-219-7931 (deposit taker, can speak to credit analyst)
Cap 1: 800-707-0489 (Senior Escalation Account Mgrs.)
09-28-2012 09:47 PM
Just like to add.. I bet people are like huh?? This idiot needs to just shut it down with having much bigger limits than a pitiful 200 depreciating US dollar CrapOne limit. And I would say to that you are correct. You're right. But y'know what? This isn't about the money with CrapOne. it's about the respect. It's about the pride and dignity and self-worth. If all you can do is 200 for a more than loyal customer after 11+ yrs then YOU, CrapOne, should just shut it down. You should just stop with the David Spade, Jimmy Fallon, etc.. commercials and shut it down if you don't respect a loyal 11+ yr customer more than 200 USDs.
09-29-2012 12:37 AM - edited 09-29-2012 12:37 AM
11 years and nothing wow so much for having my hopes up lol these bastards hate us more than we hate them. ;p
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