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Well is there anybody out there that has experience of this? I already did the new card 0% for a year balance transfers. For instance one of my cards is 10.99% ant I just got a letter that they are going to raise it to16.99% unless I opt out
First, find a way to keep paying them in full each month - then the rate does not matter. Most cards have low intro rates that jump up in 3, 6, 12, or 18 months. Also, when you change your behavior, the card issuers thinks you pose more risk and raise rates. Just the way they do business - especially today. Only thing I can really suggest is to keep moving the balances to other lower rate cards. Just watch out for balance transfer fees or hits on your credit. If you credit is good, could look to consolidate those cards on a fixed rate note.1 of 1 people found this helpful
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What about a fixed rate note? Where and how is the best way to apply. Will that affect my credit rating?
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I alwyas pay my credit cards off timely so no interest is accrued. Lately, I am finding it difficult. How can I get a better rate with my credit cards. I have always payed on time , but some companies seem to want to raise my rates now that I carry a balance. What to do?