Monthly Archives: April 2010

0% APR for 18 Months on Balance Transfers

April 29, 2010 No Comments »

Citi has released a new credit card balance transfer that offers 0% APR for up to 18 months. Yep, 18 months. But remember, the key phrase is “up to.” If your credit isn’t where they want it to be, you ... Read More »

Chase Balance Transfers for Existing Customers

April 26, 2010 2 Comments »

If you’re an existing Chase credit card customer, you can access personalized Chase balance transfer offers instantly online by going to their website. Simply log-on to their website and click on the “transfer balances” link next to your available credit ... Read More »

Balance Transfer Offers Telling of an Economic Recovery

April 19, 2010 No Comments »

If you follow balance transfer offers as much as I do, you’ll notice certain trends. Before the economic collapse, it wasn’t uncommon to see all types of high-risk credit card balance transfer offers. Credit card issuers were constantly pushing the ... Read More »

No Maximum Fee on Balance Transfers

April 16, 2010 No Comments »

Nowadays, a lot of credit card issuers have removed balance transfer fee caps, so there is no maximum fee they can charge. This is certainly something to pay attention to, given the fact that balance transfer fees can be sky-high ... Read More »

Does a Balance Transfer Count as a Payment?

April 1, 2010 No Comments »

Balance transfer Q&A: “Does a balance transfer count as a payment?” A credit card balance transfer works just like a normal credit card payment, except it’s made by a third-party, namely, another credit card issuer, instead of by you. The ... Read More »