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Re: Capital one executive sucks
Well then we get to another problem, which is does your income fully support your current debt obligations as well as any potential use of your thousands upon thousands in revolving available credit?

I hope you get what you want, I suppose. But please step back and look at this issue from the company lending you money. They see a borrower with significant debt obligations and who is racking up a lot of revolving credit which they can use to their heart's content. They don't know who you are, they only know the risk you pose, and that risk is financial loss. So make sure you keep that in mind.

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