TopConsumerReviews.com
Home About Us Terms Privacy Policy Contact Us Disclosure

Home  >  Zero Balance Transfer Fee Credit Cards

Your Information Is Secure
Credit Cards: The Lowdown Newsletter

Latest Reviews

Baby Stores

Bridesmaid Dresses

Business Loans

Chinese Lessons

Genealogy Services

Homework Help

Light Fixtures

Swimsuits

 

Disclosure: We pay our reviewers for their reviews. We are not compensated by companies for their reviews, but we are compensated for links and advertisements on our website. Click here for details.

Zero Bal Xfer Fee Credit Cards
Better Business Bureau Reliability Seal Share TopConsumerReviews.com
on Twitter Share TopConsumerReviews.com on LinkedIn Share TopConsumerReviews.com on Google+ Share TopConsumerReviews.com on Pinterest

Are you looking for creative ways to reduce your credit card debt? Are you making your monthly payments on your credit cards but don't feel like you're getting anywhere? If so, you're in the same boat as millions of other consumers.

If you haven't already, you should look closely at your current credit card statement. If you only make the minimum payment on your credit cards each month, it will typically take you 20 years or more to pay it off. Fortunately, you have options to get yourself out of the crushing cycle of debt.

Zero fee balance transfer credit cards allow you to move one or more existing credit card balances to a new credit card. These cards typically charge low to no interest on the transferred portion - allowing your payments to quickly reduce the principal balance that you owe.

A number of zero fee balance transfer credit cards are available to help you save on interest and consolidate your debt. When looking for a zero fee balance transfer credit card, you should consider the following factors:

  • Interest rate. What interest, if any, is charged on the transferred balance portion of your zero fee balance transfer credit card? What is the interest rate on new purchases?
  • Penalties. What are the charges and penalties on your zero fee balance transfer credit card if you make a late payment or go over your limit? Will the rate automatically go up, and does that impact the transferred portion of your balance?
  • Annual fees. Does the zero fee balance transfer credit card charge an annual fee? If so, how much is it?

TopConsumerReviews.com has reviewed and ranked the best zero fee balance transfer credit cards available today. We hope these reviews help you find a credit card that helps you get out of debt as quickly as possible!

2016

Zero Balance Transfer Fee Credit Card Reviews

Balance transfer card outshines competition

Halifax has increased the introductory 0% balance transfer term on its leading balance transfer credit card to become the joint market-leader, which sees it rise to the top of the Best Buy charts in its sector. The Halifax 41 Month Balance Transfer Credit ...

Published:  Thu, 25 Aug 2016 04:43:00 GMT



Rewards Credit Card or Balance Transfer? Favorites Vary by State, Study Shows

When it comes to credit cards, Californians and New Yorkers love their travel rewards, while Texans and Floridians prefer to get cash back. Those are some of the findings from an analysis of more than a million visits to NerdWallet.com's credit card ...

Published:  Wed, 24 Aug 2016 14:44:00 GMT



Getting to Know the Doctors of Botched by Nature

They're the kind of people you can just tell are good people; and we like that. Cash back credit cards, business credit cards, balance transfer credit cards; they're all good depending on what it is you are looking for in a new credit card. We ...

Published:  Mon, 22 Aug 2016 13:42:00 GMT



Balance Transfer Credit Cards

A balance transfer can cut £100s or £1,000s off the cost of existing borrowing. It's where you get a new credit card to pay off debts on old cards for you so you owe the new card but at a far lower rate; meaning you're debt free quicker. This guide takes ...

Published:  Wed, 17 Aug 2016 17:00:00 GMT



Balance transfer credit cards

Are there fees or conditions for balance transfer deals? You won't be charged a fee for switching to a balance transfer credit card, but many do come with annual fees. Another trap to watch out for is that if you don't pay off the debt within the period of ...

Published:  Thu, 18 Aug 2016 17:00:00 GMT



Home      About Us      Terms & Conditions      Privacy Policy      Contact Us