Yes, you can transfer a personal loan balance to the Capital One Quicksilver card, as long as the balance transfer is not done between accounts issued or acquired by Capital One or any of its affiliates.
What is also worth noting is that the amount that you can transfer to your Capital One Quicksilver depends on the credit limit you’re approved for.
Having said that, please keep in mind that Capital One Quicksilver comes with a reduced intro APR for balance transfers: 0% for 15 months. Also, the card’s regular APR will apply to any balance transfer you make after the intro period ends, which is 19.99% - 29.99% (V), depending on your credit standing. Also, the balance transfer fee will be 3% for the first 15 months, $0 for amounts transferred at the Transfer APR.
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If you transfer a balance to an existing credit card account, however, there is no hard inquiry and no credit score damage. A balance transfer could still result in high credit utilization, though, and allow you...
The Capital One Quicksilver credit limit depends on your income, creditworthiness and payment history, which are evaluated once you apply for the card. According to anecdotal reports, the card’s credit limit can be as low as $750 and as high as $10,000. However, Capital One does not list a minimum or maximum credit limit in the card’s terms and conditions.
If you want to aim for a higher credit limit, there are a number of areas...
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