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App crash after applying for credit card.
I just applied for a Capital One Platinum card via the Credit Karma app and was approved (hooray!). Anywho. As I was about to close the app when it told me something like I can link my current capital one account with this new card or something like that. I have no idea what it said since the app crashed about 2 seconds into loading that page. Does anyone know what it was? It was asking me to sign into my capital one account. It even displayed my username.

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App crash after applying for credit card

If you succeeded in getting through and qualifying for the card, then there should not really be a problem.  Reboot your computer and try again.  If you still have trouble reaching their pages, go through your computer with a good cleanup and maintenance program like CCleaner (free) and make certain you are protected by a good antivirius/spyware program.

If you're using Windows 7, I recommend using Microsoft Security Essentials (MSE), which is also free.  I teach computers to seniors, and I highly recommend MSE for maintaining the security of their computers.  With Windows 8 and the new Windows 10, security measures are built in.  If you still have problems don't hesitate to call Capital One.

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