Our 0% balance transfer credit card allows you to transfer an existing balance and pay off outstanding credit with 0% interest within the first 24 months.
A balance transfer is when you move outstanding debt from an existing credit card or store card and start paying it all back from one place.
There’s no annual fee for using this card. However, there are fees for:
2.75% of the transaction amount is charged when you use your credit card to make a purchase in a foreign currency or make a cash withdrawal in a foreign currency outside the UK.
Transactions are also converted into sterling using the Visa Scheme Exchange Rate.
3% of the cash you withdraw (minimum £3) is charged, on top of the 2.75% currency conversion transaction fee above.
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You can save your application as you go and come back to it at any time.
Before you apply for a credit card, consider how much you will be able to repay every month. If you only make the minimum or low repayments on your credit card, you could fall into the cycle of persistent debt.
Approval is subject to status and based on a credit check and an assessment of your personal circumstances.
If you wish to add an additional cardholder for this credit card, please ensure you have their consent to share their information before filling-out this application form.
Additional (secondary) cardholders must be 18 or over and a UK resident.
You pay interest for borrowing money on a credit card. We work out interest daily and add it to your account on the next statement date. You can see how much interest you’ve been charged by checking your monthly statements or online banking.
APR (Annual Percentage Rate) is an illustration of the cost of borrowing over a year taking into account the interest rate and any additional fees. You can use the APR to compare the cost of similar products.
When we use the terms ‘low interest’ or ‘low APR’ this is comparative to what some other banks or lending providers may offer.
The representative examples can enable you to compare the costs across different products and providers.
When a rate is advertised as variable, it means that it could go up or down.
Fixed means your interest rate won’t change for a set period of time. You should always check to see how long your fixed rate lasts.
Per annum is a quicker way of saying ‘for each year’. It’s usually used to explain how interest is calculated and charged.
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