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Hi, I want to get a zero % balance transfer, but don't need it until October. I have time to check out the best credit limit first as I will need a credit limit of £9000 minimum. I have an excellent credit record. I have credit with MBNA now and at the end of their free period I really would need to find another card to use. I did have £25k credit with them pre 2008, but I never used the limit and they reduced it to £10k and said it was standard procedure.
Answered on Apr 2, 2013
Updated on Apr 2, 2013
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