Life happens. Sometimes it happens a lot. So, if you've found yourself under a mountain of high-interest debt and unexpected expenses, you're not alone. And we're here to help with a great offer!
Transfer your high-interest credit card and loan balances from other financial institutions to your TDECU Mastercard® to enjoy 2.99% APR* on all balance transfers for 12 months!
Of course, there are no balance transfer fees – and we make it incredibly easy to take advantage of this excellent offer.
Don't delay! Take advantage of this limited-time offer by August 31, 2020.
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|INTEREST RATE AND FEE INFORMATION|
|APR for Balance Transfer Transactions:||2.99% Promotional APR for 12 months.|
|Use by Date:||You must make balance transfer(s) by August 31, 2020 for the 2.99% promotional APR to apply.|
|Fee:||No Fee on balance transfers.|
|Paying Interest:||We will begin charging interest on balance transfers on the transaction date.|
To avoid paying interest on new purchases, you must pay your entire balance (including any balance from the use of this promotional offer) each month by the due date.
*APR = Annual Percentage Rate. 2.99% APR is a promotional rate valid on balance transfers requested from other financial institutions, credit card companies, or department store cards and processed between June 15, 2020 and August 31, 2020. This rate does not apply to balances currently owed or to future purchases. The promotional rate is valid until the first day of the billing cycle that includes the 12-month anniversary date of the balance transfer. Each balance transfer will be processed as described in your credit card agreement and will begin to accrue finance charges from the dare it is posted to your account. The amount and approval of your request is subject to credit availability. The 2.99% APR is a promotional rate and is valid only for the cardholder named providing the account is current at the time of your request. Any unpaid balance transfer remaining after the 12-month time frame will then accrue finance charges at the current account APR.