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One of my cc was a cap one that i file bk which is discharged, would it be safe to apply again?

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As long as it hasn't been in the last year or two, Capital One does seem to forgive at least in most cases. You may have to start out with a Secured card from them first to get your foot back in the door, but I am not sure. The best thing that you could do is to go to their website and check to see if you are preapproved for any cards, if no preapprovals pop up, then you would only want to try for a Secured card if anything. The answer in the other post is incorrect, so ignore that.

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Depends on how long ago that bk took place.  If it was more than 10 years, then you might be able to get a new account with them.  Otherwise, it's not likely to happen.

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