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What credit card????

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Found 31st Jan 2007
Been looking for a few days to BT my cc (overspent at chrimbo) but dont know where to start as I have never done this before, al seems way to confusing for me, any input would be greatly appreciated.

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I strongly recommend MSE. They have loads of info on Credit Cards.

Sorry, here's a link:-
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i find ]http//ww…com good for comparing credit cards.
Just applied for a halifax card through them - 0% for 12 months on balance transfers and Purchases.

&More - 3.9% for life of transfer (with no transfer fee - be aware of transfer fees with other companies), also 0% on all purchases for 12 months. [url]www.marksandspencer.com/money[/url] :thumbsup:

Moneysupermarket good for comparisons :-D

Recently changed to GE Money, 0% on purchases and balance transfers for a year. Most of the card issuers are now charging a fee to transfer your balance, GE Money charged 2%. It was worth paying as in the long run saving a lot more.

moneysavingexpert.com/cgi…518,

see above for list of credit cards that do 0% balance transfers without a fee:thumbsup:

I went for Norwich and Peterborough with my 2.5k balance transfer- 6 months 0%
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