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BT Question

I have received several 0% transfer offers. I was wondering whether the accounts that you transfer FROM ever do AA because you paid them off with another credit card account?

I still have use for all my accounts so i dont want anything to occur but why should I pay interest on my remaining balance if I don't have to?


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Re: BT Question

It's not something I have seen.  As with anything YMMV

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Re: BT Question

+1 I haven't seen it either

Before you app think...
Have you done your research of the CC?
Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?
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Re: BT Question

Thanks, I was wondering. I didn't think anything would likely happen as all accounts are in good standing but I didn't want to mess anything up.



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Re: BT Question


Scrounger888 wrote:

Thanks, I was wondering. I didn't think anything would likely happen as all accounts are in good standing but I didn't want to mess anything up.


Good to goSmiley Wink

Before you app think...
Have you done your research of the CC?
Does it fit your spending?
Do you have a plan for the bonus w/o going into debt?
Can you afford the AF?
Do you know the cards benefits? Is it worth the HP?
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Re: BT Question

IME, the card transfered from then started sending me offers! Good luck. No need paying interest if you don't have to.

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