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I recently applied for two 0% Credit Cards so that I could better manage my finances and hopefully save some money in the process. I was not trying to make any money online by doing the 0% credit card arbitrage but I just wanted to have less interest to pay for a while so that I could take down my debt.
If you too are looking for some of those 0% Credit Cards then you might want to check out this site where they have done all the research for you. I wish I had found this site when I was searching for cards so that I would have all the information in one place instead of having to go back and for each time looking for the card information.
On this site the cards are arranged by type e.g. all the Discover 0% cards are together and all the Citi cards are together. I received a Chase Freedom card in the mail but when I tried to do a balance transfer I was told that I did not qualify for the 0% as yet. I would have to wait a few days and make a purchase first and then I would qualify for the balance transfer at 0%. I already have the American Express cards (from a LONG time ago) so I cannot take advantage of those either.
The site is very easy to use and the language is simple. On the homepage for the 0% Credit Cards you see a listing of all the cards that currently have the promo going on along with an image of the cards. You can then click on either the individual card to find it’s information, or you can click on the link below the row of cards to find all the information for all those cards, conveniently listed together.
There is also a link on the bottom of the page that takes you to a blog listing of all the card offers that have no fees for doing the balance transfers. I really liked this information as well because I have used cards that charged a fee for doing the transfer and not having that would have been another way for me to save some money. I think this is a useful site and I will bookmark it for further use for when I get my credit scores back up so that I can take advantage of some 0% cards.
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