Paul Kessler, WalletHub Credit Card Analyst
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You can activate your Capital One Venture card online, through the mobile app, or by calling the number on the back of your card. You will need the card’s 16-digit number and 3-digit security code to activate it. To prevent credit card fraud, the Capital One Venture card will be unusable until you activate it.
Here’s how to activate your Capital One Venture card:
- Online: To activate your Capital One Venture card online, sign in to your account. If you don’t have an account yet, you will first need to enroll in online banking. Once you’re logged in, click “Activate Your Card” on the account details page.
- Over the phone: To activate by phone, call the number on the back of the card and enter the 3-digit security code when prompted. Make sure to call from the phone number you provided on the application to avoid any additional verification procedures.
- Through the mobile app: Log in to the Capital One mobile app and tap “Activate a Credit Card”. Then, follow the on-screen instructions to activate your new card.
Once activated, the Capital One Venture card is immediately available for use.
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Jane M Newman, Retired School Teacher
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You have to set the 3 numbets on the back of the card on your mobile device.
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