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What happens at the end of the 0% balance transfer interest offer period?

After the expiry of the 0% interest balance transfer offer period any remaining balance that you have transferred and which you have not paid off will be charged at your standard balance transfer rate, as set out in your monthly statement. Any balance transfers which you make following the expiry of the offer period will also be charged at your standard balance transfer rate. Any purchases which remain unpaid will also be moved to the standard balance and the standard purchase interest rate will apply. It will also apply to any future purchase transactions you make. 

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