The usual SunTrust balance transfer fee is 3% (min $10) of the amount of the transfer, whichever is greater. However, they do have a card that doesn't charge a balance transfer fee, and that’s the SunTrust Prime Rewards Credit Card. You will need to have excellent (750+) credit to get it.
The easiest way you can apply for a SunTrust credit card is online, or by phone at (800) 279-4824. Alternatively, you can visit a SunTrust branch.
To apply, just provide your personal information, including your name, address, Social Security number, date of birth, and other info requested. It takes about 5 minutes to fill out an application, and applicants often get an immediate decision when applying online or in person. If you don’t get an instant decision, contact customer service at … read full answer(800) 279-4824 to check on the status of your application.
Here's how you can apply for a SunTrust credit card:
Online: To apply online, just select the card you are interested in and press the “Apply now” button.
By phone: If you prefer to apply for a SunTrust credit card by phone, you can do so by calling customer service at (800) 279-4824.
At a branch: Alternately, you can visit your local branch and apply in person.
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