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Breaking news: Now everyone can save up to around £1,000 or even more by using a balance transfer facility. This is especially great for people who have many credit cards. Below is the lowdown on how you can benefit from this facility.
Now before we go ahead and tell you how everything works we must advise you that we don’t take responsibility for anything going wrong with you financially. Any decision you make in terms of transferring money or balance is solely your responsibility, so you need to decide if what we are about to explain below is going to work for you or not!
Many banks and credit card companies will openly advertise a 0% interest rate for the first 15 months and then something like 6.7% for life. However many companies may have some rather dirty tricks up their sleeves which you need to be aware of in order to avoid.
Here is how the system works:
Let’s start with the assumption that you have a credit card I term ‘credit card A’ on which you owe £4,000 at an interest rate of 15%. You also have another ‘credit card B’ on which you owe £2,000. Now watch what happens when you sign up for these special balance transfer offers. Watch closely at how financial intuitions can use sleight of hand to make your worries disappear!
* You are signing up for ‘Special Card’ which has a 0% interest rate for the first 16 months on all balance transfers…pretty neat…Isn’t it?
* Now the ‘Special Card’ company will pay your debts off i.e. £4,000 and £2,000 to their respective credit card companies.
* Hurray! You are now debt free…well not likely but let’s rejoice because you just owe £6,000 to ‘Special Card’ company but at 0% interest for the first 16 months giving you ample amount of time to come up with the money.
What to watch out for?
Out of the many hidden nooses and booby traps the one that gets people all the time is that they don’t know that there is a very high interest rate on these cards if they buy stuff using it. Plus the debt cannot be repaid until the 0% interest rate debt has been paid off which means that you may and will end up paying more than you bargained for. Try to overlook any temptation of spending even if they offer things such as 0% short term interest rates and special deals on purchases. Follow the golden rule of never spending with these cards and you will be safe.
There are a number of credit card companies offering these types of deals but before you shift don’t always take the company’s word on everything. Read though the agreement yourself and make sure that the exact duration of 0% interest rate is mentioned. Try to avoid companies with whom you have had a bad experience before which is pretty obvious but some people tend to get tempted in to getting a card that can put them on the verge of bankruptcy.