First of all, we would not recommend you to apply for a TD Bank credit card simply because balance transfers between two credit cards that are issued by one bank are impossible. Now when you know it, you can look at these balance transfer credit cards to find which is the best fit for you. Note that almost all credit cards have a balance transfer fee. This fee is usually 3% for each balance transfer performed. Also, remember that Zero interest rate won’t last forever. Once the introductory period is over, an ongoing APR will apply.
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