You can do a balance transfer with the Capital One QuicksilverOne card online by providing the name, account number and payment address of the other creditor, and the exact amount you want to transfer.
The QuicksilverOne doesn't have an intro APR offer for balance transfers, so this transfer would accrue interest at the card's 26.99% (V) rate, without a balance transfer fee.
Keep in mind, that the transferable amount cannot be greater than your available credit, and you cannot transfer a balance between 2 Capital One credit cards.
You can do a Capital One QuicksilverOne balance transfer, but it would be a costly transaction which defeats its purpose. That’s because QuicksilverOne does not offer an introductory 0% APR on balance transfers. A 0% APR allows you to transfer a balance and make payments interest-free during the introductory period. With QuicksilverOne, all balance transfers would accrue interest at the card’s 26.99% (V) rate. QuicksilverOne does not charge a balance transfer fee.
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