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Capital One Now Offering Virtual Card Numbers

Ardecko
Frequent Contributor

Re: Capital One Now Offering Virtual Card Numbers

I feel like I had this back in 1999 on a BoA or Citi card. I can't understand why it's not more widespread now. I guess not enough people had been burnt by companies doing T&C buried auto-renewals.

2017-09-09 FICO 08: EQ 677, TU 640, EX 705
2020-02-07 FICO 08: TU 789
2020-02-10 FICO 08: EX 752

Gardening, mostly, again until... soon(I need to replace my car)

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simplynoir
Community Leader
Mega Contributor

Re: Capital One Now Offering Virtual Card Numbers


@Ardecko wrote:

I feel like I had this back in 1999 on a BoA or Citi card. I can't understand why it's not more widespread now. I guess not enough people had been burnt by companies doing T&C buried auto-renewals.


With AMEX they allow you the option to stop those renewals with a phone call to customer service now. But I have to admit virtual card numbers are much more convenient and like you wish they were universally used.

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SlightlyRemoved
Established Contributor

Re: Capital One Now Offering Virtual Card Numbers

Can't help but picture Mr. Jackson in a commercial: "Because only sukka's sign up for Porn with their real credit card - introducing capital one virtual card numbers"
Fico8 (Jan '19) - EQ 699 TU 798 EX 798

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