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Orchard Bank to Capital One ...

I just got notice that my Orchard Bank card is now a Capital One card.  

 

Considering I already have a Capital One card, should I ask them to simply combine the credit limits and close the Orchard Bank?

 

Thanks! 

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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...

According to FAQ, you cannot combine CL between Cap1 and Orchard Bank right now.

 

 

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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...


BullsEye10 wrote:

I just got notice that my Orchard Bank card is now a Capital One card.  

 

Considering I already have a Capital One card, should I ask them to simply combine the credit limits and close the Orchard Bank?

 

Thanks! 


I have Cap One and Orchard also. You cant do it.

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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...

You should wait and see what they offer.  

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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...


Wolf3 wrote:

You should wait and see what they offer.  


I agree, im waiting to see what i will get out of it.
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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...

 i wonder if they are doing this to all orchard bank cards

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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...


gypsysoul wrote:

 i wonder if they are doing this to all orchard bank cards


Yes, all Orchard Bank cards are now owned by Capital One.



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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...

Old Inquiry from 2010/2011 on my CR from HSBC is now reporting as

Capital One/HSBC

 

The account item on the CR has not been changed yet. Still reporting as

HSBC Bank

 

I have not received anything from them yet regarding any changes


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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...

I have not received anything in the mail yet - I have 2 orchard bank cards in addition to 2 Capital One cards

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Re: Orchard Bank to Capital One ...

I'm in the same boat..

 

Orchard: $500

Orchard Platinum: $1600 (They've been giving me CLIs every so often, and the interest rate is 13.95% on my last statement)

 

CapitalOne: $750 ($500 then $750, been that way for over a year)

Capital One rewards: $1250 ($750 original, then $1250, no CLIs otherwise)

 

I was going to close the two lower limit cards, but I really do wonder what Capital One is going to do. If you remember from another thread I posted, I tried to call Orchard to close the $500 limit card but could never get through to anybody. I'm just letting the lower limit cards sit around with $0 balances right now.

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