Credit card zero per cent deals are drying up

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Credit card zero per cent deals are drying up

Postby Shahla on Mon Jul 06, 2009 4:18 am

Recession means zero per cent card deals are drying up

The days of transferring your credit card debts from one zero per cent deal to another look like they are coming to an end.

With the recession, customers are finding it more and more difficult to apply successfully for new cards, with many card providers now saving their top deals only for those with the best credit records.

Research by comparison website has found that one in 10 people have had a credit card application refused in the last year, with 57 per cent of these failed applications - equivalent to nearly two million people - for balance transfers.

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Re: Credit card zero per cent deals are drying up

Postby gator on Thu Oct 15, 2009 1:07 pm

I managed to recently get a good one through Natwest with 0% for 15 months, but only for existing customers. Worth it if you are though.

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