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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Mist, Jul 4, 2001.
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As long as they are different banks, you should have no problems. I do this all the time.
Nope, I have BT'ed my money all around with the same 5 cards that I really can't say where the original money is anymore. I had a 12.9 rate with Choice visa (before the rates dropped) they wouldn't lower, so I BT'ed off a load of money to someone else at 8.5% then BT'ed it right back at 6.9 for 6 months. IT WAS THE SAME MONEY.
Choice (citi) has since lowered the rate with the fed drop. You can BT as much or as little as you want. It's only limited by how much work you want to do. I have all mine under 9% now. I am getting ready to see if I can pick up some more BT teaser rates from some open cards that have zero balances.