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 26.46% (V) rate. QuicksilverOne does not charge a balance transfer fee.
The best balance transfer cards come with introductory 0% rates from 12-18 months. A couple of good Capital One balance transfer cards are Quicksilver, which offers an introductory balance transfer rate of 0% for 15 months and the Savor card, which also has an intro rate of 0% for 15 months. Each card charges a 3% balance transfer fee. After the 0% APR offer expires, any remaining balance and all future balance transfers for both cards are subject to a 16.24% - 26.24% regular APR.
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