Yes, the Capital One Quicksilver card does offer a roadside assistance benefit. Capital One Quicksilver roadside assistance gives cardholders 24/7 access to a wide range of services whenever their vehicle breaks down.
Capital One Quicksilver cardholders can call 1-888-531-4227 to request any of the following roadside assistance services:
There’s no charge for Capital One Quicksilver roadside assistance to coordinate necessary services, though the cardholder will be responsible for any repair charges.
The easiest way you can reach the Capital One credit card customer service is online, by either signing in to your account online or through Capital One's mobile app. Alternately, you can call (800) 227-4825. Lastly, you can contact them via mail, or at your local Capital One branch.
Here’s how you can contact Capital One credit card customer service:… read full answer
Capital One issues Visa credit cards and Mastercard credit cards both. Unlike Capital One, which is a bank, Visa and Mastercard are card networks. That means Visa and Mastercard do not issue credit cards but instead help to process their transactions and provide some supplemental benefits.
The best Capital One Mastercard is the … read full answerCapital One® Savor® Cash Rewards Credit Card. It offers a bonus of $300 for spending $3,000 in the first 3 months. And it gives 4% cash back on dining, entertainment and popular streaming services, 3% back at grocery stores and 1% back on all other purchases (except for 8% back on tickets from Vivid Seats and on Capital One Entertainment purchases). It has a $95 annual fee.
The best Capital One Visa is the Capital One Venture Rewards Credit Card. Its initial bonus is 75,000 miles for spending $4,000 in the first 3 months. This card also gives 5 miles per $1 spent on hotels and rental cars booked through Capital One Travel, and 2 miles per $1 on all other purchases. Its annual fee is $39.
You can get approved for a Capital One credit card if you are at least 18 years old, have proof of enough income to make your monthly minimum payment, and meet the specific card’s credit score requirement. Capital One will also take into account your monthly housing payment, all sources of income, and other factors.… read full answer
If you’re unsure whether you’ll be approved, Capital One offers the possibility to check if you pre-qualify for some of their cards. This way, you can better assess your approval odds before you apply. Pre-qualification is quick and it’s done using a soft inquiry, so there’s no effect on your credit score.
How to Get Approved for a Capital One Credit Card
Meet the General Requirements. You must be at least 18 years old with a valid Social Security number or Individual Taxpayer Identification Number (ITIN) in order to apply. You will also need to provide your birthdate and a physical U.S. address (no P.O. boxes).
Report a Sufficient Annual Income. Your application must include your annual income, the sources of that income, and your bank account information. Capital One requires a monthly income that’s at least $425 more than your monthly housing payment.
Know Your Credit Score Before You Apply. Some Capital One cards require good credit for approval, which means a credit score of at least 700. Capital One also offers a number of credit cards for people with credit scores below 700. You can check your credit score for free on WalletHub.
Make Sure Bankruptcies Have Been Discharged. Capital One will reject your application if you have an unresolved bankruptcy on your credit report.
Check Your Capital One Account and Application History. Your application will be denied if you’ve submitted a Capital One credit card application twice or more in the past 30 days. The same is true if you’re past-due or over your credit limit on any of other Capital One credit card accounts.
If you are unable to get approved for a Capital One credit card, consider becoming an authorized user on someone else’s credit card account. As an authorized user, you will receive your own card, linked to the primary cardholder’s account. Plus, you can build your credit history while the primary cardholder assumes responsibility for all charges on the account.
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