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Discussion in 'Credit Talk' started by Anthony Sm, Apr 3, 2000.
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try www.sfnb.com - 3.9% for six months, then 9.9%
or American Express Blue - o% for purchases for 6 months, 9.9% for balance transfers, and after 6 months as low as 9.9% (depending on your credit)
Bank of America has a card for 8.9% on balance transfers until they are paid. The 8.9% also applies to purchases in the first 6 months.
Discover - 2.9% until September, then 12.9% thereafter.
Capital One - 9.9%
I am sure there are more
I'm not defending any creditor, but with the recent interest increases by the FED, you will see more companies move to the variable rate structure especially if rates continue to rise as predicted.
Tony, I agree with you 100%. I also am a
card holder of First USA and was locked in
at 9.9% fixed APR. I recieved my card through
the Fraternal Oreder of Police and will make
sure that contact as many member's as possible, to let them know what First USA is
trying to pull with changing or fixed rate to
a variable rate. This is wrong! I have another card through Capitol One with a 9.9%
fixed APR and am very pleased with thier services.........