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MBNA PLATINUM PLUS CARD
MBNA Platinum Plus Card (Credit Card)Visa Card
        
0% on Balance Transfers for 20 months and 0% on Card Purchased for 3 months (2.75% handling fee). For this great rate your other credit cards balance needs to be transferred within the first 60 days of opening your account. See acceptance criteria for more details.
Advantages
1. 20 month BT promo period
2. 3 month purchases promo period
Disadvantages
16.7% Apr is only average
Balance transfer fee 2.75%
Balance Transfer rate 18.8% after introduction period
Acceptance Criteria
1. You are over 23 years of age
2. You are a homeowner
3. You have an income of over 20,000
4. You do not have any recent credit defaults (CCJ's, current arrears or missed payments) on credit cards / loans / mortgages
5. You are a resident in the UK and can prove residential addresses for the past two years
Services
Chip & Pin: NoRebuild Credit: No
Costs, Rates & Fees
Representative APR: 16.7%
Representative Example:
Assumed borrowing of 1,200; Representative 16.7% APR (variable); Standard interest rate for purchases: 16.7% p.a. (variable)
Address: MBNA, Stansfield House, Chester Business Park, Chester CH4 9QQ
Credit Limit: £50,000.00
Balance Tranfer Rate: 0%Balance Tranfer Period: 20 Months
New Purchase Rate: 0%New Purchase Period: 3 Months
        
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MBNA Platinum Plus Card (Which Way To pay - 12/7/2011)
MBNA Platinum Plus Card is ranked 2 out of 5. Based on 1 review.

2 Star Rating

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