June 11, 2003, 07:31 AM
Not Gun Related, but there is no other place I would go for advice where I would trust the respondents as much as I do here.
I am planning on buying a CD (certificate of deposit) and Capital One has good rates - comparatively speaking, that is.
Has anyone done business with them? In your opinion, are they reliable (safe)?
thanks - Alex
June 11, 2003, 08:10 AM
I did a quick search engine hunt and found their site. On the one hand, they implant atdmt spy ware on your hard drive when you click on.
On the other hand, I didn't find any companion sites with titles like "Capitol One Sucks" or Capitol One Ate My Balls" and this is a good sign. Just try that with AOL or other shady business.
Another good sign is apparently the animal psycho communo-liberals hate them. I found this from PrimateFreedom
"...Tell Capitol One that you will not buy their products or services while they are exploiting chimpanzees as advertising tools. Remind them that:
- Performing chimpanzees are always children, stolen from their
They were whining about C-one dressing up a bunch of apes like humans in one of their commercials.
June 11, 2003, 08:22 AM
CDs are basically always safe. That is why you get such a low rate of return. It would probably take a catastrophic event for a company like Cap1 to not be able to pay its customers a 1-3.5% CD rate.
June 11, 2003, 09:14 AM
Useful info, but very OT.