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Re: Just emailed the C1 Exec Office

Just curious what y'all are sending in the email. Are you gem ailing them your account numbers or just name, address, phone, etc? 


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Re: Just emailed the C1 Exec Office

I just emailed them explaining that I had been a customer for a number of years, had tried a number of times for a CLI through customer service, and felt I was a good candidate for a CLI. I then stated that I would like to have a representative take a more personal look at my credit/financial situation. I then left a contact number. Easy as pie. Just present your case to them through the email, and wait for a call.



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I gave my number, address and phone numbers.  They should be able to pull your accounts with that information easy enough.

And I  gave details/reasons about my account.  How it's been stuck at  $500 for over 2 yrs with perfect payment history.

I also referred to my HSBC account which is now Cap One and how it has perfect payment history since '08.

 

I let them know that I really want to continue using their 'great' product but with such a low limit, it makes it difficult because my purchasing power is very limited.

 

I asked for $10K.  They asked if I would accept less, of course I said yes.  And they put me at $5K.

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Final Update on my Exec Office Correspondence:

 

After increasing my limit from 1500 to 5000, the person continued to see if I could get the card product changed to Cash Rewards from Platinum. I was quite surprised to hear from her today that this cannot be done. She instead offered to add a miles or cash back rewards program to my Platinum card. I accepted. First she offered one mile or 1%. I counter offered with a request for the same rewards as the Cash Rewards card. She looked into it and called me back saying that that request was accepted. So I now basically have a Cash Rewards for all intents and purposes even though I technically still have a Platinum Master Card. Weird. 

 

She said the reason the card can't be changed is because the Cash Rewards (no-fee version) is a Visa and I have a MC. I found that odd because Citi just converted my Diamond Preferred MC to a Hilton Reserve Visa. So, it's either a BS reason or it's Capital One's own strange policy. 

 

I suppose I could call and ask for a new card with Cash Rewards design. hehehehe. I think someone already did that according to a post in this thread. I'll have to look into that. 

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Re: Just emailed the C1 Exec Office

Can someone PM me the correct email information for Cap 1 Execs and a phone number if possible?  I am getting ready to try my hand at a CLI with them along with apps for Amex Blue and Discover.  Having the Cap One info would be mucho helpful to me at this time. Smiley Happy

 

Please.

 

thanks

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Sosee wrote:

Can someone PM me the correct email information for Cap 1 Execs and a phone number if possible?  I am getting ready to try my hand at a CLI with them along with apps for Amex Blue and Discover.  Having the Cap One info would be mucho helpful to me at this time. Smiley Happy

 

Please.

 

thanks


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will do Jake.  thanks Smiley Happy

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Re: Just emailed the C1 Exec Office


ztnjpv wrote:

 

So I know basically have a Cash Rewards for all intents and purposes even though I technically still have a Platinum Master Card. Weird. 

 


They did the same thing for me. No big deal unless you don't want people thinking you have a Platinum instead of Cash Rewards. Function over form for me...



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Re: Just emailed the C1 Exec Office

_jb_ said:

 

"They did the same thing for me. No big deal unless you don't want people thinking you have a Platinum instead of Cash Rewards. Function over form for me..."

 

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I just referred back to a thread I was in back in December where members shared their experience of the same process.

 

http://ficoforums.myfico.com/t5/Credit-Cards/I-put-in-a-PC-request-on-Cap1-Plat-MC/td-p/1756458

 

Apparently, it's possible to have form and function. Some members here explained how they got Capital One to send them a Green Cash Rewards Card even though their account technically remained a Platinum Master Card. Something to look into if you really want to dump that ugly Platinum card without creating some custom card. I may just do it. We'll see.....

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