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Hello. Im from Puerto Rico can i get a capital one credit card being from here?

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do they advertise there?

if you see ads for the product on the island that would be a strong indicator that you can. I believe that you can apply for any card from any american company, since PR is a territory.  

I personally don't care for Cap One, But if they have a card you like then go for it. They will let you know if you can't have it because your in PR  and not the mainland. 

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Not without a mainland address

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You can get a card, but you would need to have family or friends who could let you used their address since for the moment Cap1 does not let you apply with a PR address. After you get the card you might be able to change the address. I have yet to try it. 

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