Capital One Interest Rates

Capital One offers their personal banking customers a variety of products and services including: checking accounts, savings accounts, loan products, credit cards and online and mobile banking tools.

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Capital One Bank (USA), National Association is major US bank chartered as a national bank according to the FDIC. It is a wholly owned subsidiary of Capital One Financial Corporation a diversified financial services holding company which was established in 1995.Its distribution of its product and se... read more

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Capital One Discussion

  • Q: I have Capitol one saving and checking account. How do I get to purchasing a CD?

    Reply Richard from Allentown, United States
  • Q: I have a some money to put in CD

    Reply Michelle from United States
  • Q: Q: is your 1 yr cd rate is only for online or can I go to a local branch and get the same rate? Q: what is your 1 year cd rate. thank you

    Reply Nick from Hollywood, United States
  • Q: Can the 360 5 year CD be a IRA CD transfer

    Reply Steve from Olyphant, United States
  • Q: Are your C D s in a Bankbook form ? Do you offer better rates for Jumbo C D s ?

    Reply BILL from Stamford, United States
  • Q: what is your 1 year cd rate

    Reply warden H from Braselton, United States
  • Q: is your 1 yr cd rate is only for online or can I go to a local branch and get the same rate? thank you

    Reply ralph f from Centereach, United States
  • Q: interest rates on CDs and money market funds

    Reply Marcia from Brooklyn, United States
  • Q: What is the maximum rate of interest you'd pay on a $100,000 CD for one year, two years, three years and five years?

    Reply Arnold from Staten Island, United States
    • R: highest cd rates on 1yr cd 100k+

      Reply daniel
      • R: Highest interest rat on 1 yr $100.000 cd ?

        Reply Marvin
  • Q: How do I contact you to invest I CDs

    Reply Bill from United States
  • Q: What are your cd interest rates today Would you let me know if they go up

    Reply Patrick from United States

Capital One Discussion Activity

  • Deposits
    Q: Does Capital One Bank Have branches in Southern California?

    Reply Ron from Ottawa, Canada
  • Capital One Secured Credit Card - Credit
    Q: can i make my secure credit card initial payment via online with a debit card?

    Reply carlos from Encino, United States
  • Capital One 1 Year CD Rates - Deposits
    Q: Are the 1 years rates under Sallie Mae, Vanguard, Edward Jones at 2.30% fixed, or can they fluxuate during the course of the year?

    Reply William from Eatontown, United States
  • Deposits

    Reply PAT from East Setauket, United States
  • Capital One 6 Month CD Rates - Deposits
    Q: What is your one year cd rate?

    Reply Gerald from Boca Raton, United States
  • Capital One 1 Year CD Rates - Deposits
    Q: do not have a computer . can I still obtain the indicated rates for money market + cd . if not , do you list rates that can be obtained when we walk into a capital one bank

    Reply barry from Washington, United States
  • Capital One 1 Year CD Rates - Deposits
    Q: Can I apply by mail for a trust CD?

    Reply Audrey from Elgin, United States
  • Deposits
    Q: I 'm moving my CD tomorrow and see a 2.30% on a one year it's online ( 360 ) only called a local bank and was told they they can't do the 2.30 % if I come into a branch office .

    Reply sidney from Baton Rouge, United States
  • Capital One 2 Year CD Rates - Deposits
    Q: I need a telephone number for questions about the Capital One 2-year cd.

    Reply Jean from Chicago, United States
  • Capital One 5 Year CD Rates - Deposits
    Q: Are your funds FDIC insured?

    Reply Kathleen Naples from South Windsor, United States
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Rates / Annual Percentage Yield terms above are current as of the date indicated. These quotes are from banks, credit unions and thrifts, some of which have paid for a link to their website. Bank, thrift and credit unions are member FDIC or NCUA. Contact the bank for the terms and conditions that may apply to you. Rates are subject to change without notice and may not be the same at all branches