This consent for electronic delivery applies to all required disclosures regarding all accounts you have with Capital One®, and is effective until withdrawn by you. Agreeing to accept disclosures electronically means that once the Bank presents them to you, and if necessary, you click to accept them, they will apply to you and your accounts.
If you are applying to open an account or establish an IRA plan on-line, you must accept electronic delivery of all disclosures. Printed versions of this information are not available for on-line applications, but are available if you choose to open a 360 Savings® Account or a Certificate of Deposit Account by mail or over the telephone. You cannot open 360 Checking®, open an Overdraft Line of Credit ("OLOC"), establish an IRA plan, open an IRA Savings Account, or open an IRA Certificate of Deposit Account via mail or over the telephone and therefore must consent to electronic delivery of disclosures.
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Electronic acceptance of disclosures means that Capital One will not mail them to you unless requested by you at a later date. To request a hard copy of a disclosure or to have all future disclosures provided to you in hard copy, you must write to Capital One at P.O. Box 360, Wilmington, DE 19899, or use a method that may be made available to you on this web site. In general, disclosures that are posted to www.capitalone.com will be available to Customers in good standing for 24 months after they are posted. Here is a list of some of the disclosures you may get electronically:
Account opening documents and account disclosures
IRA plan custodial agreements and IRA disclosures
Year-end tax information
Preauthorized electronic funds transfers
Change-in-terms information for your account
Maturity of your time deposit account
Any other disclosures that we are required to provide
Notices related to any dispute you might raise under the Electronic Funds Transfer or Truth in Lending Acts
If Capital One determines that an e-mail message to you regarding any disclosure is undeliverable, we may, at our discretion, choose to mail that disclosure to you using United States mail.
You may withdraw consent for electronic delivery of disclosures, but doing so will not affect the legal effectiveness, validity, or enforceability of electronic records that were made available to you prior to the implementation of your withdrawal. If you choose to withdraw consent for electronic delivery of disclosures, and you have an , we may close your and transfer all funds to your if you have one, or to your external link. If you choose to withdraw consent for electronic delivery of disclosures, and you have an OLOC, we may close your OLOC. If you choose to withdraw consent for electronic delivery of disclosures, and have established an IRA plan with us, we may choose to resign as custodian of your IRA plan, close all related accounts and return the funds to you. To withdraw consent, or to provide updated information on how the Bank may contact you electronically, you must write to Capital One at P.O. Box 360, Wilmington, DE 19899 or use a method that may be made available to you on this website. If you withdraw consent for electronic delivery, Capital One will provide required disclosures to you using United States mail.
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