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[CIBC] 1.99% for life MBNA MC or MBNA 0% interest Mastercard for 15 months or CITI 0%

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[CIBC] 1.99% for life MBNA MC or MBNA 0% interest Mastercard for 15 months or CITI 0%

PC Financial (from 240sxer) 0.97% for 1 year
http://www.pcmastercard.pcfinancial.ca/ ... WT.ac=MCS3

MBNA 1.99% for life
https://wwwa.applyonlinenow.com/CACCapp ... n&lc=en_CA

MBNA 1.99% for life
call (1-888-876-6262) to apply

MBNA 3.99% for life
http://s0b.bluestreak.com/ix.e?tr&s=386 ... 2Fbaatcanw


1.99% for life
https://wwwa.applyonlinenow.com/CACCapp ... n&lc=en_CA

other 0% codes and other things here
"heregoes" says NEWEST code 8/29/2008 is BODW
call 1-866-544-4104 or 1-877-428-6060

8/29/2008 "patrob" says BODX still works for 15 months.

try BODX first. call 1-866-544-4104

tip from "codeofconduct" to get the 1% mbna fee reduced to 0.5%
"I just received my card and did my balance transfer today for the BODX 15 months MBNA card with balance transfers at 0%. I asked them if there were any fees associated with the BT and feigned surprise when they mentioned the 1% charge. The CSR gave me a .5% charge instead immediately after I asked her if they could reduce the 1% charge at all. Easy peasy =)."

MBNA CODE 1/8/2008 from JVM, see below:
"My wife got a MBNA 0% balance transfer offer in the mail.
Call 1-877-428-6060 an quote priority code BTZ9"

call 1-866-544-4104 and quote offer code BODX
or
1/2/2008 brand new phone code from: nolookingca
0% - 12 months, code BTZP call: 1.877.428.6060


MBNA 3.99% interest rate for lifetime
http://s0b.bluestreak.com/ix.e?tr&s=386 ... 2Fbaatcanw


from 902linger, 0% for 12 months - Citibank Mastercard, no annual fee. 1% transaction fee
http://www.citicards.ca/canada/cards/di ... s_code=V8G

from angel_wing0
1.9% for 9 months - Royal Bank Visa, no annual fee
http://www.rbcroyalbank.com/services/ca ... 66A31E710B

9.9% forever rate - MBNA Mastercard, no annual fee
http://s0b.bluestreak.com/ix.e?tr&s=386 ... 2Fbaabbx6x

prime + 0.9% forever rate - Capital One Mastercard, no annual fee


9/15/2008
new citibank number from angel_wing0 : 1-888-899-1230


MBNA 0% for 12 months(BODX)


or presidents choice financial mastercard.
www.pcfinancial.ca 1.97% on balance transfers for 6 months. NO transaction fee.

or TD Bank Gold Select Visa - no annual fee, 4.9% for 6 months, no transaction fee.

or CIBC Select Visa $30 annual fee, 12.9% interest. lousy rate, but it will never increase.
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get unlimited calls or other discounts by calling directly to:
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Telus Mobility: 1-877-279-3100 or 416-279-3100 or 1 416 296 7669 client.loyalty@telus.com
Bell Mobility: 1-866-313-1086
nice chairs http://www.eternitymodern.ca
great value - lol http://www.walmart.ca
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Jun 21, 2004
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This deal was posted previously, but the code had expired. Seems like it now takes you to the signup page. However, proceed with caution since the card product information page states that:

"Your completed Application, and each Balance Transfer request, must be received by September 28, 2006, to qualify for this balance transfer offer."
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Jan 18, 2004
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Here's a web site that lists a buch of credit cards with 0% balance transfers

http://creditcards.com/balance-transfer.php

I just did the citibank transfer for 12 months no interest. I plan on checking back at that site in 12 months to get another balance transfer until my line of credit is all paid off!
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nice site - but aren't these american deals?
this site is like a drug. Its forum is the drug dealer.
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i clicked on it, yes, it sure looks like american deals, such as the discover card and so on.
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Yeah, I wish we have similiar sites for Canadian Credit Card.

I'm still enjoying the 0% transfer from Citi bank and using the money for investment purpose. I also got a letter from Citi bank last week to increase my credit limit. They may have figured out that they can't make money on my card and want me to use the extra credit for purchases.
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engo wrote:
Oct 17th, 2006 1:44 pm
Yeah, I wish we have similiar sites for Canadian Credit Card.

I'm still enjoying the 0% transfer from Citi bank and using the money for investment purpose. I also got a letter from Citi bank last week to increase my credit limit. They may have figured out that they can't make money on my card and want me to use the extra credit for purchases.
they probably sent you the increase because the balance transfer put you near your credit limit. a lot of card companies will automatically increase your limit if you are near the credit limit already.
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engo wrote:
Oct 17th, 2006 1:44 pm
Yeah, I wish we have similiar sites for Canadian Credit Card.

I'm still enjoying the 0% transfer from Citi bank and using the money for investment purpose. I also got a letter from Citi bank last week to increase my credit limit. They may have figured out that they can't make money on my card and want me to use the extra credit for purchases.
Try this one - http://creditcards.ca/
I just replaced .COM with .CA, but didn't try it yet.
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engo wrote:
Oct 17th, 2006 1:44 pm
Yeah, I wish we have similiar sites for Canadian Credit Card.

I'm still enjoying the 0% transfer from Citi bank and using the money for investment purpose. I also got a letter from Citi bank last week to increase my credit limit. They may have figured out that they can't make money on my card and want me to use the extra credit for purchases.
If you're just looking to pay down some debt then who cares if it's an American card or not? Actually, if you're looking to pay off debt, the less places you can use the card, the better off you'd be! :D
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I applied before the end of last month and got the approval last week. I requested the transfer yesterday and the 0% until August 2007 still applies.
tazmanyan wrote:
Oct 15th, 2006 12:11 pm
This deal was posted previously, but the code had expired. Seems like it now takes you to the signup page. However, proceed with caution since the card product information page states that:

"Your completed Application, and each Balance Transfer request, must be received by September 28, 2006, to qualify for this balance transfer offer."
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damnbiker wrote:
Oct 17th, 2006 2:37 pm
If you're just looking to pay down some debt then who cares if it's an American card or not? Actually, if you're looking to pay off debt, the less places you can use the card, the better off you'd be! :D
Oh, I don't care if it is american or not, just was unaware that we could qualify for these since they aren't in Canada.
this site is like a drug. Its forum is the drug dealer.
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Dec 26, 2004
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FZZ wrote:
Oct 17th, 2006 2:10 pm
Try this one - http://creditcards.ca/
I just replaced .COM with .CA, but didn't try it yet.

I tried that site and it works. They do have some 0% cards listed, but when I clicked on the cards, it takes you to the card's web site, I tried a few of them and couldn't find any card with 0%...

If anyone tries it has any luck finding another 0% card, post the linky here...

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Nov 20, 2004
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Did anyone confirm if we need to activate the card before using the 0% BT cheque? I received the card and the 0% BT cheques, but don't really want to go through the hassle of activating (talking to all those reps trying to upsale you something)

Thanks.
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What is the billing cycle on this card? I can't remember the exact day I did by BT but I still have not received a bill yet.
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