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Hello all! Quick question to make sure I understand this concept correctly. Because it would really suck if I am wrong and apply!

 

I am "pre-qualified" (via website) for multiple Capital One cards. I am rebuilding and need more unsecured cards. Lets say, hypothetically, I apply for three capital one cards. That's 3 pulls on each CRA. Nine total. My understanding, however, is that if I apply for all three on the same day, I will only incur ONE pull from Capital One on each CRA. Is that correct?

 

I hate the triple pull, but if I can get multiple cards out of it, I'll do it. I just don't want to be wrong and end up with 9 inquiries. I'd cry! Thanks for the help!

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Read the terms and conditions, one app per 30 days, the average credit cards you are limited to 2 cards.

 

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/>In the future, you would seriously regret opening three Capital One cards.

Or one Capital One card. :P

 

But seriously, I wish I had just started with secured cards that graduate instead of a Capital One.

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