Standard Chartered – 6-Month 0% Balance Transfer Promotion (until 31st July 2013)

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Standard Chartered – 6-Month 0% Balance Transfer Promotion (until 31st July 2013)
Drawbacks: For newly approved cardholders only

0% BT Tenure: 6 Months
Eligibility: For new cardholders only
Minimum Transfer Amount: RM1,000.00
Maximum Transfer Amount: 50% of your Standard Chartered credit card limit
Standard Chartered Finance Charges: 15%-18% p.a.
Terms and Conditions:
1.Promotion period from 6th May 2013 to 31st July 2013.
2.Valid for credit cards approved less than 6 months ago.
3.Amount available for this promotion is limited to 50% of your Standard Chartered credit card limit.
4.The promotion is applicable for Gold/ Platinum / World Miles / Preferred World / Visa Infinite Cards.
For the full terms and conditions, click here.
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Facing trouble with credit cards payment? Looking for a way to transfer your current credit card balance for a lower interest rate? Here is a promotion that you might interest you! Standard Chartered is currently offering a 0% balance transfer promotion from 6th May 2013 to 31st July 2013. But unfortunately, this promotion is only valid for newly approved Standard Chartered cardholders (sorry, existing card holders).
So, all you need to do is apply for a new Standard Chartered credit card (Gold/ Platinum / World Miles / Preferred World / Visa Infinite Cards), and after your card is approved, you can then apply for the balance transfer promotion. We guess you must be wondering how much is the transfer amount you can make, correct? For this promotion, the transfer amount available is only at 50% of your Standard Chartered credit card limit and the minimum amount required is RM1,000.00.
For example, if the credit limit of the card is RM4,000.00 then the maximum transfer amount available for that particular card is at 50% of RM4,000.00, that is RM2,000.00 only. If that does not appeal to you and you want to look at other offers, you might want to take a look at our Balance Transfer guide before choosing your preferred bank.
Confused by the different interest rates? Go on and read our “Loan Interest Rates: Flat Rates vs Fixed Rates vs Variable Rates“ guide to learn more!

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