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CLI's with Juniper

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Re: CLI's with Juniper



chartley3 wrote:
 
 they are by far one of the best Ive dealt with.


**bleep** British Companies Smiley Very Happy
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Re: CLI's with Juniper



MidnightVoice wrote:


chartley3 wrote:
 
 they are by far one of the best Ive dealt with.


**bleep** British Companies Smiley Very Happy


My bad. I said they spoke English. Not true.
 
They spoke American, like everyone is supposed to. Smiley Very Happy
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Re: CLI's with Juniper

Noah_Bodie, I looked and it is a Juniper Mastercard.  But now I have a delimna. I received in the mail today a WaMu Visa offer, 9.99% variable, 4% fee on balance transfers and introductory 0% APR on balance transfers until September 2008.  If I do the 0%, I can pay down other CCs and have a little over a year to pay it off with no interest.  Juniper is 8.99% fixed and has a 3% transfer fee. In the long run does anyone have an opinion on which is better?


Message Edited by Vapchez on 07-19-2007 07:46 PM
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Re: CLI's with Juniper

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Re: CLI's with Juniper

I would like to move about $900 depending on the CL and that would get my worst APR card down below 20%. 
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Re: CLI's with Juniper

If Juniper is offering 0% on BTs, they are the better deal.
 
If Juniper BT rate is also 8.99%, then I think WAMU is the better deal.
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Re: CLI's with Juniper

Okay.  I really needed a second opinion. This CC stuff can be overwhelming.  Thanks! 
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Re: CLI's with Juniper

Congrats

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