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Jonnybegood

The Good Old Days Seem To Be Returning Everyday

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Remember 3-4 years ago when all those 12mth 0% credit cards were being pushed at us from all angles, not just that they also had 0% on balance transfers with a zero transfer fee.

Then the companies introduced a balance transfer fee of between 1-3% and reduced the overall 0% period from 12-18mths to 6mths max.

Then the last year it was 3mths on purchases if you could get it.

Well now a number of companies are back offering 0% on purchases for up to 12mths and now Virgin are the first in a while to offer 0% on balance transfers for 9mths with no transfer fee.

Surely others will follow, the same happened last time round.

Folks we are back to the good old days, well down Gordon.........QE is working look.

http://www.easier.com/view/Finance/Credit_...cle-263658.html

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I love these. I once had 70k in credit card debt interest free. I think they now try to exclude 'rate tarts' but I am a better risk than many and it is a cheap borrow.

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