10-31-2012 07:55 AM
It says 0% intro APR for 12 months. It doesn't have a section from BT APR. I assume it's included in the 12 month offer. Will have to look further into that.
10-31-2012 08:39 AM
10-31-2012 08:52 AM
I don't need to BT my chase freedom. It's at 0. I'm worried at Barclays will be concerned about my inquirers & UTI.
I want to shut my BBRWZ MasterCard. Holds $495 balance & I want to transfer my Capitol one balance of $500 along with my discover balance.
I've appd for Amex before. Always gets denied. Not sure my scores are high enough anyway for Amex.
Why not just called Chase and request a CLI stating you'd like to do a balance transfer. They will usually approve it for this.
Moved your MC balance, CAP1, Discover balances to freedom since you are in 0% APR mode.
It doesn't look good if you're apping and floating multiple balances.
10-31-2012 08:56 AM
10-31-2012 09:27 AM
Chase Slate is great for BT ... and my Barclay Frontier card also had had a nice long BT 0% time frame.
but what I havent seen mentioned is a credit union... my credit union visa (alliant) has 15 month zero interest BT.. with NO transfer fee.
10-31-2012 09:32 AM
10-31-2012 09:49 AM
So i applied for the Chase Slate and it said it needed further review. I called the automated number and it said the same thing.. U guys think its a deniel?
Should i try for Barcalys or just wait and see what happens? Now ive taken a hard pull im going to ask them to use that to increase my credit limit on my chase freedom card.. good idea that
10-31-2012 09:54 AM
10-31-2012 09:59 AM
Oh wow!! That's a good deal... And to think I only liked the card bc it was pretttty loll
But per the T&C, the balance transfer rate is still 17.24, 20.24, or 22.24, not 0%. only purchases are 0% for 6 mos. At least, that's what I see on my end :-)
Per the terms the card has no BT offer.
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