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I have 4 credit cards including 2 Citi cards, 1 BankAmericard, 1 First National Bank of Omaha totaling $16,700. What’s the best way to pay these off? Your help would be greatly appreciated.

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Leo Zhu

Consider transferring your balance to one of the credit cards we offer. The cards have 0% introductory APRs on balance transfers, which will allow you to pay the transferred balance off without paying the interest. You will be able to transfer a part or the whole balance, depending on what credit line you are given. Use our balance transfer calculator to try different scenarios and determine which is the best way to pay off the balance and how much will you save. You cannot transfer the balance to an issuer you are already carrying debt on, so choose a different credit card issuer.

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