What is a 0% cash advance credit card? What is the correct way for a customer to use a 0% cash advance credit card?
Many UK credit card customers will know that credit cards allow customers to take a cash advance from the card. This is very often done, by using the credit card in a cash machine, to make a cash withdrawal.
However, any cash withdrawal taken in this way, will be charged interest at …. Read More »
Which UK credit cards are most likely to give a £2000 credit card limit to a new customer in 2018?
A credit card with a £2000 limit will allow a customer to spend up to £2000 on the card.
This £2000 credit card limit can allow a customer to make a large value purchase. For example, the customer could buy a new TV, or living room sofa, using the card. Where the card has a …. Read More »
Are there any no fee balance transfer credit cards available in the UK credit card market in 2018?
Over the last couple of years no fee balance transfer credit cards have become an extremely rare occurrence.
Introductory 0% balance transfer offers have got longer and longer in recent years. As a result, more and more of the credit card companies have now imposed balance transfer fees. This has reduced the number of no fee balance transfer credit cards.
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What are the 0% balance transfer credit cards that will allow a high credit limit balance transfer?
A high credit limit balance transfer occurs when a customer is looking to make a large balance transfer from one credit card to another.
Balance transfers of large amounts require that the customer is approved for a new credit card with a high credit limit. This higher credit limit is required to allow the balance transfer to complete …. Read More »
Here at Balance Transfer Expert we see many UK credit card customers looking for information about making a £6000 balance transfer.
One of the most common queries that we see, is which 0% credit cards are the most suitable cards for a £6000 balance transfer?
Almost all current balance transfer credit cards are more likely to easily allow customers to make a £2000 balance transfer or less.
However, a £6000 balance transfer is more likely to be …. Read More »
A £5000 balance transfer is when a customer transfers a balance of £5000 from one credit card to another credit card. This new balance transfer card often has a 0% interest rate for an introductory period. The 0% rate on the new card, can allow the customer to save money by paying less interest.
Who can make a £5000 balance transfer in the UK? Which UK credit cards are the most suitable for a £5000 …. Read More »