What are the recommendations on the board, both what I should do with the current account (keep it, close it, use it as a backup), as well as recommendations of NEW credit cards (rewards, fixed rate, low rate, etc.).Thanks!GSF I would keep the card. If Capital One notices the loss of business, they might make a better offer than the existing card (the non-Capital One card), or perhaps even give you the old Capital One card terms or something similar.The two sites that Nancy mentioned are probably a good resource to compare different options. If you are a Credit Union member, you might try getting a CC through them. My newest card was via my Credit Union with a 12-month, 0% terms on Purchases and Balance Transfers (BT fee capped at $75)Hohum
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