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where can I get a credit card to pay off all my crdit cards at a decend rate
have not got a answer for any of my questions please assist

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Hi Jaespo,

Whether or not you will be approved for a balance transfer card, as well as the interest rate, is dependent upon your credit history. The other users in this section have no way of knowing what your credit is like. You can use Credit Karma to search for new credit cards. Then, you should read reviews written by other members and check your Approval Odds for each card you are interested in applying for. Simply click the tab labelled "Credit Cards" on the top of the Credit Karma homepage to get started. 

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 Check into the suggestions here at CK. It doesnt guarantee you will get the new card but if your recent history is good and score isnt too bad, then you should be able to do a ballance transfer. Look for cards (recomended) that have a 12-15 month introductory rate of 0% interest and plan on trying to pay your transfered ballance within that time. Thats where you can save some money and likely with higher limits on the new cards it will raise your score too. As long as you dont spend too much of your possible limit. 10-30 % has helped my scores a lot. When you go above 50%-60% its likely your score may drop some because of your utilization. 

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