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What is a balance transfer?

A balance transfer is when you move debt from one credit card to another, typically in order to pay it off at a lower interest rate.
When you do a balance transfer, you effectively use one credit card to fully or partially pay off the other.
We may charge you a fee for doing a balance transfer.

For further information, please see our Balance Transfer Credit Card page.

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