i received my debit card yesterday and activated it and still doesnt work
card didnt work
The sensible thing to do would be to contact Capital One, not whinge on these question pages or to the author of the hub page highlighted up there.
If you are not bright enough to sort out this problem the correct way, do you think that, armed with a credit card, you are safe being let loose on the world?
Is this a spam question to advertise Capital One, and/or, the above hub?
what you have to do is contact your bank and ask guidance for to active it. so far i always no problem to activate my Debit Card...
Maybe you need a credit balance in the account that the card can debit.
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