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Reply #15 - 24th Jun, 2014 at 10:11am
 
If you aren't using the cashback card for cashback then why not transfer the credit limit to the stoozing card once it is open so you still only have one mbna card and thus your profile to mbna is likely to be unchanged.

Of course the MT card is no use for stoozing a new mbna card tho!
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Reply #16 - 24th Jun, 2014 at 11:54am
 
Good point planteria/m1chaels, I only get the dual 0.5/1% amex rate (which I now get on my barclaycard too). I'm only keeping MBNA and barclaycard because they both have 15k credit limits which would be useful, as you say,  to transfer to a new 0% BT card when I get one.

Of course, not much point transferring it to the new MBNA mule card as I could simply mule several times using a lower credit limit. I'm saving the high credit limit for the proper stooz card.
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Reply #17 - 28th Jun, 2014 at 12:39am
 
stooz wrote on 18th Jun, 2014 at 7:34pm:
There are very few card firms offering paid links and thats IF I was FSA approved


You need to be FSA approved to provide an affiliate link these days?
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Reply #18 - 26th Oct, 2015 at 7:58am
 
tipsychick wrote on 6th Jun, 2014 at 4:38pm:
Planteria, you could use the MBNA to BT to your current account and then immediately pay off the MBNA with a BT from one of the much lower fee BT cards out there at the moment. You'd have to get the cards lined up beforehand of course.

I've just got a Lloyds Platinum with 15 months 0% on BTs. There's a 3% fee but 2.3% of it is refunded in 90 days, so the overall fee is only 0.7%. It's this one and still available:

http://www.lloydsbank.com/credit-cards/platinum-card.asp

Earlier this year I nabbed a Sainsbury's credit card where the BT fee was paid back fully in Nectar points.

Either of those scenarios would work well with this MBNA card, or at least they would for me.

The MSE credit card tables were pretty up-to-date when I was looking 2-3 weeks ago. Sorry stooz, I feel very disloyal saying that!


Can I just check the best way to do this:

a) MBNA SBT to current account then pay off with BT from another card

b) BT from another card and then ask ask for "a credit balance refund" rather than a "money transfer"
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Reply #19 - 20th Jul, 2016 at 11:19am
 
Hi - is the MBNA still good for fee free SBT? If not are there any cards at present fulfilling this role?
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Reply #20 - 27th Jul, 2016 at 2:39pm
 
pwl wrote on 20th Jul, 2016 at 11:19am:
Hi - is the MBNA still good for fee free SBT? If not are there any cards at present fulfilling this role?


Hello, is anyone able to  confirm? Thanks.
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Reply #21 - 30th Jul, 2016 at 3:33pm
 
https://www.mbna.co.uk/compare-credit-cards/low-rate-credit-cards/everyday-plus/

I use this one
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Reply #22 - 16th Sep, 2016 at 9:43am
 


Thanks. I applied for this one (MBNA Everyday Plus) and successfully completed a BT to Barclaycard.

When I asked to complete a BT from Virgin Money, they said they cannot do it because the MBNA/Amex card is not UK issued. Tried online too.

I said that Barclaycard could, so not very happy.

Any thoughts? Thanks.
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Reply #23 - 16th Sep, 2016 at 10:43am
 
Could I do a  "a credit balance refund"  from say my Nationwide credit card if I did the BT from there to Virgin?
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Reply #24 - 31st Oct, 2016 at 2:14pm
 
I still have this card and used it for several mulings

They have increased my CL substantially - but I am struggling to work out how to make benefit of it, as I don't need it for muling

I asked if I could transfer part of the credit limit to another MBNA card, they were fine with that, however I doubt they would let me BT on the new MBNA card back to this one and then into my bank?

I might just have to wait till one of the other cards needs paying off and do a BT for real!
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Reply #25 - 31st Oct, 2016 at 7:41pm
 
yes, i doubt they would let you do that too
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