05-21-2008 08:42 PM
Am I to understand you correctly, you had a cap1 card, applied for another and combined the 2 cards. Then you waited 60 day and applied for another cap1 card? - did you combine this one, too?
unknown_entity wrote:Just get another Capone...(lol) that's funny!! card and combine them. Then wait 60 days and apply for another card. It worked for me. I made sure I got the "above average credit" catagory and the max CL on my new card, according to the application is $15k. It started at $750 so we'll see how long it takes to go up. With Capone, my experience has been that they don't care about anything but making your payments on time. I even got a CLI on a $500 card with a $465 balance. They don't even really care about going over your CL. But if you're late ONE time, that's your a** for at least a year.
05-21-2008 09:32 PM
Niki9 wrote:Am I to understand you correctly, you had a cap1 card, applied for another and combined the 2 cards. Then you waited 60 day and applied for another cap1 card? - did you combine this one, too?
05-22-2008 09:02 AM
05-22-2008 09:13 AM
genewal wrote:I tried to combine my 2 capones cards one visa one MC they wont combine unless there both MC or visa wont combine MC and visa
05-22-2008 09:32 AM
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