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Woolfman
Posts: 498
Registered: ‎01-29-2009

Re: NFCU 0% Balance Transfer Deal Coming Soon...

This is perfect timing for me . I had a BT on my NFCU card that was ending this month . So i transferred it a couple weeks ago to my  PSECU card for the 2.9% .. Now i can just transfer it back ! :smileyvery-happy:    Thanks for the heads up on this !


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ChesterPDexter
Posts: 618
Registered: ‎06-18-2007

Re: NFCU 0% Balance Transfer Deal Coming Soon...


thelittlet wrote:

Sweet!! Glad the deal is going on; No on the fruitcake, yes on the creditline, chester. :smileyvery-happy:


Sorry,  I used it up!  Transferred just about $5K worth of debt today.  This made my weekend, too!  What a great start to 2012!

 

Now, how am I going to get rid of this fruitcake?...?....?  :smileysad:  :smileywink:

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RyVision
Posts: 1,346
Registered: ‎04-15-2011

Re: NFCU 0% Balance Transfer Deal Coming Soon...


ChesterPDexter wrote:

thelittlet wrote:

Sweet!! Glad the deal is going on; No on the fruitcake, yes on the creditline, chester. :smileyvery-happy:


Sorry,  I used it up!  Transferred just about $5K worth of debt today.  This made my weekend, too!  What a great start to 2012!

 

Now, how am I going to get rid of this fruitcake?...?....?  :smileysad:  :smileywink:


Chester, since you used up your CL, just put the cake in the microwave on half power for 10 minutes, re-glaze it heavy and serve with vanilla ice cream lol

 

As for the offer. I watched the site since I noticed thelittlet's original post about it.  Been wanting to join as a co-app and member for some time and that did it LOL.  Mom wanted the 0% and free checking and checks etc.  Never really doubted the original post :smileywink:  We both liked the people on the phone too, very nice and easy to hear and went over all we wanted to know very thoroughly. We'll know about the card (if she's approved of course) probably by monday. 

 

thelittlet;  Thanks very much for the heads up!:smileyhappy:

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stan_the_man
Posts: 855
Registered: ‎06-29-2010

Re: NFCU 0% Balance Transfer Deal Coming Soon...

For those interested in transferin non-credit card debt to their card, the NFCU rep I spoke with said that account number can't have letters in it.

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ChesterPDexter
Posts: 618
Registered: ‎06-18-2007

Re: NFCU 0% Balance Transfer Deal Coming Soon...

so, thelittlet, what did you do? (if you don't mind saying.)  What did everyone else do?  Detail the day's take here.

 

I transferred a balance of just under $3,000 from Merrick-H (that's how I refer to the "Hooters" card.) 

I transferred a balance of about $1,800 from USAA so I can pay off the AMEX I've been carrying a balance on for a long time.

 

Yay!  Whoopee!  Yahoo!  Hooray!  What did everyone else (who took advantage of this) do?  Any notable transfers ridding yourself of a balance that's been bothering you for a long time?  I hate paying interest.  I've been paying far too much for far too long.  This year I have whittled it down quite a bit.  Now I've whittled it down to close to nothing, thanks to this offer.

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