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Does Capitol One have a monopoly on credit card offers?
I had a Capitol One credit card once. They were the worst at raising limits, & unfriendly in their responses. I wouldn't apply for a Capitol One card even if my life was at stake. I've been wishing for the demise of Capitol One since the mid '90's.

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There are tons of credit card offers out there. If you're having trouble finding one for you, check out the reviews for each card and look under the best credit cards section here in Credit Karma. Good luck!

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Chase offers Credit Cards. 
BofA offers Credit cards. 

Synchrony Bank is one the largest private label Credit card issures out there. 

Comenity is another one with a very large private label collection. 

and the list goes on and on and on.

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