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Re: Is BOA ok with balance transfers?

BofA gets the "credit" (bad bad pun) for solving my credit card debt problem by giving me a huge BT at 0% for a whole year, allowing my to open an account and UTIL over 90% right away with a good starting CL. Instead of paying interest, I pay my debt down now. I love it!

 

(I did, however, take the card immedately out of my wallet so as to be certain not to spend any money on it.)

 

Good luck!

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Re: Is BOA ok with balance transfers?


ace9848 wrote:

(I did, however, take the card immedately out of my wallet so as to be certain not to spend any money on it.)


 

My BOA card also lays in the SD until my small BT balance is paid off. 

 

The way I see it, why pay interest on anything when I can BT over to BOA. 

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