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opnspaces

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Posted: 08/08/19 10:30pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Oh I get it.

123 W 5th St (my physical address, not the post office address)
PO Box 11 This is a PO box at the local post office (which is located somewhere else like maybe 1313 Pine street)


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Posted: 08/17/19 11:55am Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

Can't help with the OP's question but just wanted to comment on the overall issue of data hacking. I've had Capital One cards for years. Yup, they got hacked. So did the US government area that handles security clearances. So did J.P Morgan Chase. The list is endless, full of large retail companies, financial institutions and insurance companies. Sadly at some point almost all of us will get our data compromised.

Capital One has been stellar in preventing fraudulent charges. They are one of the most proactive credit card providers I've seen. But as is the same with campgrounds, if you don't like what you see or their policies then go elsewhere.


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I’m surprised to learn Capital One is a real credit card. I keep getting one in our post office box a couple of times a year. Our small Canadian town doesn’t have delivery to the house.


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Posted: 08/21/19 06:16pm Link  |  Quote  |  Print  |  Notify Moderator

I’m surprised to learn Capital One is a real credit card. I keep getting one in our post office box a couple of times a year. Our small Canadian town doesn’t have delivery to the house.

Since 1994, originally Oakstone Financial.

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Crowe wrote:

I’m surprised to learn Capital One is a real credit card. I keep getting one in our post office box a couple of times a year. Our small Canadian town doesn’t have delivery to the house.

Since 1994, originally Oakstone Financial.


Shortly after that they purchased the Chevy Chase Bank credit card portfolio. Was a fairly sizeable portfolio for the Northeast. Gave them the foundation to build into a pretty good size player today. They're considered one of the majors now. When you brand with Samuel Jackson, you're big. They're in the top 10.

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