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got Debt Transf Card - doesn't tell me if transfers were approved - just credit limit
Don't want the card if the debt wasn't transfered

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I presume by "debt transfer card" you mean you applied for a credit card with the ability to transfer debt from other credit cards for lower intest.  If this is the case, and you listed the amounts you wanted transferred, you would need to validate with them that they are processing payment to the other cards to your account.  The credit limit would be the maximum they will loan you for all the transfers and future charge.     Please keep in mind, that the transfer can take a week or longer and if a payment is due on the other cards before the transfer is complete, the burden of making that minimum payment falls upon you.  If a payment is missed, it will be reported as a missed payment on your credit report.

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