If your card has a 5K balance at 19 percent and they approve a second card for a 5K cash advance at 3.9 can you use it to pay off the first card?
Most credit card companies will not allow you to pay one debt off for another, and for obvious reasons in this case (it would reduce your APR from 19 to 3.9). However, this doesn't mean you can't shop around for a card somewhere else to pay it off. 19% is fairly high so I would definitely suggest looking elsewhere to transfer the balance.
You can do what you want with cards from separate companies, but usally not with cards from the same company. However, there is a simpler way to solve this problem.
Many credit card companies will reduce your interest rate if you just call and ask for the rate to be reduced (assuming that you are current with your payments.) Last year I had my interest rate reduced from 18% to 5%, just by making a 3 minute phone call. The industry is very competitive and they want to keep your business.
Absolutely not ! If the card is not i your name - you have no legal responsibility for any outstanding balance. HOWEVER - IF you are named on the account as a joint card-holder - you're legally responsible for fifty percent of the balance, regardless of who ran up the debt. Additionally, if you have a second card on the same account - YOU are liable for the expenses occurred on your and the account-holder…
when the batter swings and hits the catchers glove it is called catchers interference and the batter goes to first base. so if there are any runners on first or first and second or they are loaded then yes they advance. If the runners are on second or second and third or just third they dont advance because there is an open bag.
Can a batter advance to second base on a walk when the pitch was not wild before the pitch to the next batter?
In American football, a play is called a down. A team, on offense, has four downs to advance the ball ten yards. If the team is successful in doing this, they get another four downs to advance the ball ten yards. Second down is the second play in the series where the team needs to advance the ball ten yards to keep possession of the ball.
What is the interest compounded annually when 5000 is invested in an account paying 6.38 percent interest for 10 years?
At the end of the first year, the balance in the account is: 5000(1+.0638). At the end of the second year, the balance in the account is: 5000(1+.0638)(1+.0638). At the end of the third year, the balance in the account is: 5000(1+.0638)(1+.0638)(1+.0638). At the end of the t year, the balance in the account is: 5000(1+.0638)^t. So, at the end of the tenth year, the balance in the account is 5000(1+.0638)^10 = 9,280.47. $5,000 is…
There are nine balls and a balance not a scale One of the balls is lighter than the rest How do you find the lighter ball by using the balance only twice How do you do it?
First balance Divide the balls into three groups of three. Put two groups on the balance, three balls per side. If they balance, the lighter ball in the third group. If one group is lighter (that side of the balance is higher), it's in that group. (You have determined which group of three the lighter ball is in, and now identify it with a second use of the balance.) Second balance Take any two of…
What happens to the second mortgage when the first mortgage forecloses on the property and will the second mortgage go after the holder or will they show the balance owed as earned income?
Depends on the state. In many states the holder of the second mortgage can come after you for the balance due. If the second is from the same company that holds the first that may not be as likely. It really depends on your state and whether the lending institution has the right to pursue you for the balance between what they eventually sell the house for and what you owed. Check to see if…
I think this question is referring to hitting behind a baserunner to advance them? With a runner on second base if a hitter can hit the ball on the ground to the right side of the infield the runner on second base should be able to advance to third because the obvious play is to first for the out. Like a sacrifice, but not entirely, because there is a chance for a basehit.