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Re: Finally! CLI from cap1! Final desperate attempt worked!

JonStur wrote:

LS2982 wrote:

firesoul453 wrote:

LS2982 wrote:

But I have to ask, why even bring up the email if your not willing to PM people that need it? I'm sure you would want it on the flip side.

I mentioned it because it was relevent to the story, and its show people whats possible. (back in the day, I though whatever CL you get is what you get forever until you appy for a new card lol)

The main reason is that the email is just something I though of and worked. Pretty sure I've seen people taking about it in other capital one topics. 

If someone really needed it, a little bit of thinking and seaching  can probalby find it, but people who just want an easy way out won't be willing to put in that effort, and so won't abuse the email.

PLus I didn't want a million PMs.


But thanks! I was really mad after the exeuctive number didn't even work! I was really going to never use Cap1 for anything again if this didn't work!

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ok i guess. I just think thats just unneeded to put that out there if you didnt intend to help, thats what this forum is for, helping others. Not bragging about it pretty much and saying "search for that needle in the haystack". Just my two cents, no offense.




+1000. It is the OP's right to feel the way they do, but they do kind of come across as mean spirited. 

I disagree just a smidge. This forum is great for helping people but finding some of this information takes a minimal amount of research! 

Even in that long Capital One Executive Office thread, the phone number has been posted, yet people still continue to ask "can someone please PM me or post the number?".  


I'm considering emailing the Capital One Exec Office and I managed to figure out the email by doing a google search and putting two and two together. It took all but 10 minutes.  Maybe that slight barrier to entry will disuade people who don't have the self-control to wait for their cards to age a bit more (i.e. people who've had Cap One cards for a year or less).