Is there a 0% balance transfer card with no transfer fee? There was one on the front page, but can`t find it here. Does it have an annual fee?
Answered on Sunday, July 24th, 2011 by
Amy Miller

From time to time some U.S. banks and credit card companies do issue credit cards offering 0% intro APR on balance transfers along with 0% balance transfer fee as time limited promotional offers. So visit our balance transfer cards page as often as you can to look for new balance transfer credit card offers from the major U.S. credit card issuers we are partnering with. Please note that 0 balance transfer credit cards target people with good to excellent credit.

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