SavorOne offers an introductory APR on balance transfers of 0% for 15 months, but has a 3% fee on the transferred amount. The regular APR can be up to 19.24% - 29.24% (V).
If you already have the SavorOne card, you can make a balance transfer online or via the Capital One mobile app. Log in to your account and choose the balance transfer option. From there, enter the creditor’s name, account number and the amount you want to transfer. You can transfer balances up to your available credit limit. Submit the request to initiate the process. Anyone applying for the SavorOne card can do a balance transfer directly from the application. Balance transfers can take from 3 to 14 business days to complete, so continue to pay on your current accounts until the transfer is confirmed.
You can transfer debts from credit cards, student loans, car loans, and other credit accounts. However, you cannot transfer balances from other Capital One accounts to the SavorOne card.
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