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Credit card companies not allowing you to transfer money.
I am wondering if it possible that you won't be able to transfer money from one account that I have. And they are the highest interest rate one. How do we know they will let you take it to transfer to another company?

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Sorry, but your question doesn't make much sense.  Are you talking about a balance transfer?  If you have more than one credit card and you want to transfer the balance from one card to another, that should not be a problem unless the transfer amount is higher than your credit limit on the card you are transfering to.  So, if you have card A and you want to transfer the balance to card B, card A has no say about it.  Card B pays off card A and you now have that balance on card B.  Make sense?

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Reread and you may make sense.

I have heard that not all credit cards will let you transfer your balance to another new credit card. A to B as you put it. Bcredit company bank is known for not letting people do this.  My question was, How do I know that Kredit Karmas card will be able to over power what what card a says which has been no to most people who have tried?  Do you understand that now?  I just don't want to go through this an have care credit say sorry no can do. Because they have said no to others. Thank you.

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