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The AA credit card with 22 months balance transfer 0% fee and £42 tcb

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If you go on the top cash back website you can get an AA credit card and as long as you do a balance transfer (0% fee might I quite add) within 3 months you get £42 pounds. And the balance transfer la… Read More
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10m, 2w agoFound 10 months, 2 weeks ago
If you go on the top cash back website you can get an AA credit card and as long as you do a balance transfer (0% fee might I quite add) within 3 months you get £42 pounds. And the balance transfer lasts 22 months!!
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Applied for this last time it came around, absolute pain in the backside - ended up just cancelling the application. They wanted copies of my employment contract, full bank statements, utility bills, etc, all of which had to be "certified" by a doctor.

I'm sure my dr would have been impressed booking an appointment for that!
#2
Oh really. I've just applied for the credit card and got accepted. When did they start asking for the documents??
#3
I have just applied and got accepted
#4
When did they ask for the information?
#5
bma1445
Applied for this last time it came around, absolute pain in the backside - ended up just cancelling the application. They wanted copies of my employment contract, full bank statements, utility bills, etc, all of which had to be "certified" by a doctor.
I'm sure my dr would have been impressed booking an appointment for that!
That's saved me 1/2 an hour if I'd never get back.
#6
Mine looks as if it's tracked as well.

Edited By: memistokkan on Sep 05, 2016 23:05: Spelling mistake
#7
Got this last time, was a mess on getting copies and sending everything, eventually got it sorted but Quidco never tracked the application...
4 Likes #8
You can never rely on cash back anymore. Too many companies wriggling out of paying and the cash back sites don't give a sh*t.
#9
bma1445
Applied for this last time it came around, absolute pain in the backside - ended up just cancelling the application. They wanted copies of my employment contract, full bank statements, utility bills, etc, all of which had to be "certified" by a doctor.
I'm sure my dr would have been impressed booking an appointment for that!

The same here. My form went in the bin when I read what they wanted from me.
#10
I didn't have a problem getting this card last time around. Accepted instantly, so it can't be everyone they ask all this info from.
#11
I went for this a couple of months back (didn't know about the cashback) and the application process is a pain, but the 0% fee is worth the 10 minutes in the bank getting 'certified' copies. At first my bank said no and that they only do it for their own products, but after explaining my only option would be a doctor and that appointments took weeks for this type of thing *lie* they done it for me.

The balance transfer went through no problem (within a day or so) and it didn't cost me anything. Everything can be done through their website so no waiting about on the phone, so I am chuffed with it TBH.
#12
I got this last time and wasn't asked for any extra info. The cashback never tracked and still waiting after filing for missing cashback claim 3 months ago
1 Like #13
memistokkan
When did they ask for the information?

I got an email stating something along the lines "Your application has been approved in principle, but we need further information from you before we can continue."

Only good thing is that for some reason, their credit check hasn't appeared on my credit file with any credit agency that I can see - the only search they've done is an "identity" search. That might explain the need for documents (there's two people with my name living at my address) - to verify who it is before they run a hard check.

That said, the amount of information is extortionate. We just bought a flipping car on PCP and all they needed was a driving license and employment details. Bit crazy if you ask me.
#14
No Longer Available with 0% balance transfer fee :(

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