Here’s how you can request a Amex EveryDay Preferred balance transfer:
Log in to your online account and go to the “Account Services” tab. Then, go to “Card Management” and click on “Balance transfer”. After that, follow the on-screen instructions to complete your request.
Call (800) 528-4800 and enter your Amex EveryDay Preferred card number. Then, follow the automated prompts to get connected to a customer service representative.
If you’re looking to apply for the Amex EveryDay Preferred, you can just complete the balance transfer portion of the card application.
Note that you are required to make a balance transfer within 60 days of opening the account if you want to take advantage of the card’s intro balance transfer APR of 0% for 12 months. Balance transfers are also subject to a fee of 3% (min $5). The card’s regular APR is 18.24% - 28.24% (V).
Balance transfer intro APR: 0% for 15 months for balance transfers made within 60 days from account opening.
Balance transfer regular APR: 18.24% - 29.24% (V)
How to do a balance transfer: To do a balance transfer with the Amex EveryDay card, new applicants can just complete the balance transfer portion after being approved for the Amex EveryDay. If you’re an...
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