0% on balance transfers for 15 months with the Platinum credit card if youre an existing NatWest or Royal Bank of Scotland customer. - HotUKDeals
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This is for people who have used the virgin cards for balance transfer Natwest and RBS have introduced this deal.
0% on balance transfers for 15 months if you switch your balance within 3 months of opening your account (2.9% balance transfer fee applies)
16.9% APR typical (variable
Credit card rates only available to current customers of NatWest and Royal Bank of Scotland. Credit is subject to approval, only to persons with an income of at least £10,000 p.a. and aged 18 or over. Available to UK residents only and only available through online application.

Link for RBS : http://www.rbs.co.uk/personal/credit-cards/g1/platinum.ashx?DCMP=AFC-RBSCCRDAFCPLATUSW#tabs=section2

If you go through quidco RBS offers 0% for 9 months + 20 quid in so those who want for 9 months go via that site.

For a whole 15 months from account opening youll pay 0% interest on your balance transfers.
And for 3 months from account opening you could also pay 0% on your purchases.
Theres just a 2.9% fee when you transfer a balance during the first 3 months with a minimum of £5
Typical 16.9% APR (variable).

Transfer up to a limit of 95% of your credit limitBalance transfers are limited to 95% of your available credit limit so, if your new Platinum Credit Card has a limit of £2000, you could switch up to £1900.
Please note that if you take advantage of the 0% balance transfer offer and the 0% purchase offer, your monthly payments will be used to pay off your balance transfer first.
We may end any introductory offer, including any balance transfer offer, if you do not pay on time or stay within your credit limit
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Got mine through the post last week. Heat added.
People not voting. Looks like people have sorted their debt out in this recession or no one is interested in this offer.

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