Resolved: Capital One Login Edit Issue

Unable to enter any login information into my Capital One account under the Settings menu. I get the pop up to enter information with a box that says

"Edit your Capital One Credit Card account Providing your account credentials allows us to import your account details"


With a continue button on the bottom.

There are no boxes or anything to enter information in. Hitting the Continue box does nothing.


I have tried the following:

1. Used IE, Edge, Firefox, Chrome browsers

2. Tired selecting different options in different orders to get to the login information a different way


I don't want to delete the account and re-enter because I will lose two years of data on this account and it is my primary account.

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