Capital One is one of the leading banks to offer credit services to those with good as well as bad credit. The opportunity to get an account through Capital One may come in the form of their secured credit line which offers the opportunity for users to have a supervised account where they pay monthly dues.
If you have questions on the activation of your new credit account then look no further as we have a simple step by step guide to make things the least complicated.
Prerequisite steps would have already included you signing up for an account and becoming approved through the lender. Following are the steps to completion below.
- Use a PC with access to the internet and visit the activation page.
- Ensure you are on the proper page and that it is secure as you should see a padlock in the top left corner of your browser.
- Input your credentials for logging into your account. Keep in mind these are case sensitive.
- The following page will ask for some personal information and the last 3 digits on the back of your card.
- Once you submit then the following screen will verify your account is active, and you can then close out the screen.
If you have issues online, or if your internet connectivity seems to give you troubles, you can also activate the account by calling the following phone number to reach a customer service representative who can help you.
Below are a list of the sources referenced in this article.
USA Customer Support: 1-800-678-7820
Canada Customer Help: 1-800-655-5646
Activation Page: www.capitalone.com/activate
About The Company
Capital One is a US Bank that does business in multiple verticals including credit cards, home loans, auto loans, checking and savings accounts as well as other investments. The company is relatively new in its industry and was founded in 1988 by Richard Fairbank and Nigel Morris who were already affiliated with their Virginia based bank named Signet Banking Corp. Today Capital One is traded publicly on the stock exchange, and brings in over 21 billion in revenue annually.