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Why do Capital one disapproved good people ?
Credit Karma is a good tool to have, but Credit Karma should not recommend Capital one . They give good credit people a hard time .

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It takes money to create and maintain an Internet site and we get to use this site for free.  Notice the numerous ads for Capital One cards.  They could be paying for this site (which, BTW, is an excellent tool for helping get credit up) and likely hope to recover some of the site cost by the sale of credit cards.  That is nice of them.  But it it up to us to decide if we want to try for a credit card or loan and where we want to try.  The recommendations on this site likely do not take into consideration all of the various factors involved in being granted credit. 

I check out sites to find out how satisfied other people are with a particular product or service before I decide to go with it.  You might consider playing detective for yourself in the future.

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