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Re: Take a gamble on NFCU 0% BT coming soon?

Does anyone know how long they usually run? 6 mos, 12 mos, 18 mos? I'm definitely hoping they'll do one at the beginning of the year again. Do they usually charge a fee? If so, what is typical? 

 

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Re: Take a gamble on NFCU 0% BT coming soon?


bichonmom wrote:

Does anyone know how long they usually run? 6 mos, 12 mos, 18 mos? I'm definitely hoping they'll do one at the beginning of the year again. Do they usually charge a fee? If so, what is typical? 

 

Thanks! 

 

 


The one i recieved a couple months ago was for 12 months no fee at all. 0% balance transfer and purchases.

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Re: Take a gamble on NFCU 0% BT coming soon?


wallyworld123 wrote:

bichonmom wrote:

Does anyone know how long they usually run? 6 mos, 12 mos, 18 mos? I'm definitely hoping they'll do one at the beginning of the year again. Do they usually charge a fee? If so, what is typical? 

 

Thanks! 

 

 


The one i recieved a couple months ago was for 12 months no fee at all. 0% balance transfer and purchases.


Yes!  Wally you were the one that received it a couple of months ago!  I was told today that I didn't get it because I got 0% APR on purchases for 12 months instead.  When they offer the 0% BT to everyone, I can get it then and will have both, so I guess I'm not too upset.

 


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Re: Take a gamble on NFCU 0% BT coming soon?

My parents are getting preapproved offers from Navy Federal with 0% BT.

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Re: Take a gamble on NFCU 0% BT coming soon?

I just sent a message to NFCU regarding Upcoming Balance Transfer offers but they don't want to tell. See the below response which i got.

 

Subject: Upcoming Balance Transfer offers

Navy Federal Response 12/02/2012 : Thank you for your message. Currently, we do not have any 0% Annual Percentage Rate (APR) balance transfer promotions in effect. Navy Federal will advertise any upcoming offers on the Navy Federal Online Account Access homepage. Please note, anytime you transfer a balance to your Platinum MasterCard there will be no transfer fee. 

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