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Does Chase get cranky...

If you BT a balance of your card away from them?

 

I have an ex-WAMU card that has the BT due soon, I was contemplating PIF with a combo of BT and cash-ola. I just wasn't sure if they get cranky about having a BT away from them...

 

Thanks in advance 

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Registered: ‎05-24-2007
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Re: Does Chase get cranky...

I have used several attractive BT offers to move money around. This includes paying off each of my two Chase accounts with other BT. I have never had a problem and consider them almost as good as BofA. I just went the other direction and used a $10,500 BT from Chase with 4.99% and zero transfer fee for two years to pay Amex almost down to zero.
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