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I am looking to close a capital one account and combine with another Cap 1 account.

is this an easy process? Is there a phone number to call?

I don't feel like having a credit pull if that is how its done

 

thank u

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2 hours ago, sharpes84 said:

I am looking to close a capital one account and combine with another Cap 1 account.

is this an easy process? Is there a phone number to call?

I don't feel like having a credit pull if that is how its done

 

thank u

You can do it online.  If you look under the 'More Services' dropdown it should be there.

 

It's relatively quick and painless.

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23 hours ago, tmkats said:

You can do it online.  If you look under the 'More Services' dropdown it should be there.

 

It's relatively quick and painless.

I don't see it.

 

When did CapOne start allowing combos again?

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9 hours ago, IndyPoolPlayer said:

I thought CrapOne discontinued the credit account combination thing


They did.

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42 minutes ago, hegemony said:

crap1 still allows you to close the turd.


No thanks.  I like $100,000 turds.

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Sorry about that.

Shows how out of the loop I've been on trying to get any new Crap1 cards.

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11 hours ago, tmkats said:

Sorry about that.

Shows how out of the loop I've been on trying to get any new Crap1 cards.

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Ever since Juggs retired, it's not easy to keep track of CapOne.  

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8 hours ago, tmkats said:

Did they stop because of exposure (ie. $100K on one card)?


Initially, I believe so.  In what we might call state one, there were folks like the revered Mr. Juggs who obtained around $150k and at least one of his disciples, yours truly, who accumulated $100k.  I believe scenarios like that prompted the first combo shutdown.

 

Then there was combo part 2.  CapOne reopened combos, but imposed a limit of $50k.  I'm not sure why that was also shut down, but it's a distinct possibility that was abused, also.  
 

Somewhere along the journey there was the massive CapOne credit limit meltdown.  A large number of people had their large limits chopped for not showing enough useage.  My wife's was chopped from around $50k to $15k.  Mine, thank God, remained untouched.  Why?  I'm not really sure.  I have a few theories, but will not discuss them in public.  

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Initially, I believe so.  In what we might call state one, there were folks like the revered Mr. Juggs who obtained around $150k and at least one of his disciples, yours truly, who accumulated $100k.  I believe scenarios like that prompted the first combo shutdown.
 
Then there was combo part 2.  CapOne reopened combos, but imposed a limit of $50k.  I'm not sure why that was also shut down, but it's a distinct possibility that was abused, also.  
 
Somewhere along the journey there was the massive CapOne credit limit meltdown.  A large number of people had their large limits chopped for not showing enough useage.  My wife's was chopped from around $50k to $15k.  Mine, thank God, remained untouched.  Why?  I'm not really sure.  I have a few theories, but will not discuss them in public.  
Thanks for the detail. That makes sense.

I'm glad I kind of laid low with them and kept mine at two with $28k and &15k.

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28 minutes ago, tmkats said:

Thanks for the detail. That makes sense.

I'm glad I kind of laid low with them and kept mine at two with $28k and &15k.

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You might have avoided the Great Credit Limit Meltdown that way.  

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