• Abrafi Amankwa

    How long do they usually take to look into you before letting you know if you're approved or not?

    March 18 2016 at 16:31

  • Helen Collins

    I have been looking and can not find anywhere. How do you pay your monthly payments? Do they send you a monthly bill or come straight out of your bank account?

    February 24 2016 at 16:51

  • Brian Meers

    This card is awesome! Raised my score by 12 points within a month and a half of using it! :D

    June 09 2015 at 06:02

  • Nick Nickolas

    If you do not pay anything with it or buy anything with it do you have to pay any fees back???

    May 02 2015 at 04:41

  • Tasha C. Miller-Swanigan

    I paid my deposit on 02/05 and received my cars, yesterday 02/20?

    February 22 2015 at 07:03

  • El Compa Beto

    I applie for mine Mid December 2014 and got mine first week January 2015. Dont be alarmed look through your emails Capital one will let you know when it ships... I too was concerned good luck on your journey to better credit.

    January 17 2015 at 09:30

  • Joshua Robin

    How long does it take to come in once I've made my initial deposit

    January 05 2015 at 20:53

  • Diego Hernandez

    i waiting several days for the card after my deposit , i call my bank and cap one colect the $............. i steel waiting , is to long

    December 08 2014 at 22:17

  • Jerome Burgess

    Do they really ask for paper work to be faced over after approved?

    October 26 2014 at 18:55

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