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Capital One Balance Transfer Card

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For those of you interested in transferring existing balances for free: 0% on balance transfers until 1st August 2008 No balance transfer fee Free Identity Theft Service Register Online for F… Read More
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9y, 4m agoFound 9 years, 4 months ago
For those of you interested in transferring existing balances for free:

0% on balance transfers until 1st August 2008
No balance transfer fee
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#1
What's in your wallet? :whistling:
#2
if people need financial help they should visit http://www.moneysavingexpert.com/
BEFORE applying for any credit cards.
#3
Why cold - credit card with no BT fee is rare indeed now.
Handy if you are a Rate Tart and just coming to the end of a deal:whistling:
#4
have to have an excellent credit record....
#5
credit card bills have a nasty way of catching you out when u leased need them, then again you never need another bill! voted hot as if u have got some outstanding credit on other cards transfer and atleast what u pay will come off what u owe and not just interest!:thumbsup:
#6
I'm with Morgan Stanley who have just sent me a very nice Email saying I am being given 0% intrest for 6 months on all purchases. I dont use it much either, just the odd tank of petrol here and there.
#7
I had my card duplicated & money withdrawn/stolen. I was told they had video of the theif withdrawing the money when I still had my card with me whilst I was abroad. So I thought I was covered but no suddenly the video evidence was no good & I had to pay. So much for their theft policy. Dont go any where near them.
#8
kingstongold
have to have an excellent credit record....


Nah, not for capital one...they give anybody a card - even me :-D
#9
You'll go for that offer, they will refuse you that card but offer you a really **** one instead.
#10
niallmoran;1614106
Nah, not for capital one...they give anybody a card - even me :-D


LOL.. very true :)

Capital One has a reputation of NOT refusing anyone but be warned about their silly credit limits, starting from just £200 (didnt miss any zeros btw) ;-)
#11
Just be very careful with these b@*tards.

I had one of these a few years ago, and when the introductory rate ended they slammed the APR rate up to 22.9%.

Like the guy in the Nationwide advert, they put the bait out there and once you are hooked they reel you in and whack the repayments right up.

Ok if you are a card tart cos you can just swap anyway, but be warned, thats all :)
#12
this is just what i've been after... need to transfer debt off mrs' card for a while and clear it, may as well have 6months interest AND fee free too!
#13
££ JASE ££;1614273
Just be very careful with these b@*tards.

I had one of these a few years ago, and when the introductory rate ended they slammed the APR rate up to 22.9%.

Like the guy in the Nationwide advert, they put the bait out there and once you are hooked they reel you in and whack the repayments right up.

Ok if you are a card tart cos you can just swap anyway, but be warned, thats all :)


Similar experience with these toe rags a while back. Qualified for a Visa card with a lifetime rate of about 8.9% and given a faily high spend limit, not just an introductory rate. Solely intended for general internet purchases, nothing major or high value. Because of this I requested the spend limit be reduced to £500.....the principle being if my details fell into the wrong hands via the web the potential damage would be small. They accepted my request re the spending limit but over a period of the following six months edged my APR up to 19.9% for no good reason other than what they termed as "in line with market trends". Needless to say account closed.
#14
If you want their cashback card you need to have a perfect credit history. I applied for one and got turned down and my credit score on CreditExpert (scam @ £5.99!!) is 973!! I've never missed a payment ever and I am reasonably good with money. I got an American Express cashback card with 3% for frist 3 months (HOT BTW!!) and then 0.5 - 1.5% (sliding scale) after that, and it has a £9000 limit on it. Don't go in to your interest bearign period though or else you will be hit big time. American Express customer service is second to none as well! ALL in the UK, no Indian call centres!!!! :-D
#15
Does anyone know how long Capital One take to process the balance transfer? ie Is 10 working days long enough?

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