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Ryan M. Schneider

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Cap One

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www.batcoalition.org

"The uncertainty and burden of trying to comply with state-by-state standards creates a significant hardship for businesses trying to navigate the economic consequences of their decisions," says Ryan Schneider, president of card services for Cap One.


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Ryan M. Schneider


www.equipped.com

Ryan Schneider, President of Capital One's Card Services, and Ritter jointly announced the deal at Capital One's McLean, Virginia, headquarters.
Schneider said, "Capital One's 'what's in your wallet?' campaign is a perfect match for Doug's trademark, 'if it isn't with you, it can't save you' mantra. The possibility of making a Capital One Equipped To Survive® Survival and Preparedness Video featuring Ritter and the Vikings has been the subject of discussion and "is certainly a possibility" said Schneider, adding, "Capital One is making preparedness a key component of our marketing and that would be a logical public service we could provide that ties in well. "We contend that this is just a way to provide our card holders a back-up tool to carry, the better to be equipped to survive, but the TSA considers it a weapon, which we believe is ridiculous," said Schneider who noted that his 4-inch pointed scissors would be a far more effective weapon and they are allowed onboard. "Since the TSA caved in to those who need to trim their beards, like our lovable Vikings, to allow the scissors and there are millions more credit card holders than those with beards, we expect to prevail in the end," said Schneider. Schneider pointed out that the larger hologram would be even more difficult to forge, adding to card security and making the card better equipped to survive the perils of modern day commerce. "This partnership with Doug is already reaping unexpected benefits," noted Schneider.


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Ryan M. Schneider
President, Card Mr. Schneider joined Capital One in December 2001. From December 2001 to December 2007, Mr. Schneider held a variety of positions within Capital One including Executive Vice President, Auto Finance and Executive Vice President, US Card. Mr. Schneider became President, Card in December 2007, and in this role he is responsible for all of Capital One’s consumer and small business credit card lines of business, including those in the United States, the United Kingdom and Canada. Mr. Schneider also serves as a director of Capital One Bank (USA), National Association. Ryan M. Schneider


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0001420501 Schneider Ryan M. 1680 CAPITAL ONE DRIVE MCLEAN VA 22102 1 President, Card


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