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By cardratings.com, CardRatings contributor
Updated, February 3, 2012
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Capital One: "Visigoths"

Sometimes, characters from ad campaigns spawn their own mythology. The Visigoths (don't confuse them with Vikings) from Capital One's 2000 holiday campaign pillage poor consumers with expensive credit cards. Over the years, the riotous horde has gained a sense of humor, showing off how they use their own rewards credit cards to pay for dream vacations.

 

 

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