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Purchase Rates
Intro APR: None Credit Required: Good/Excellent
Intro Period: None Set Up Fee N/A*
Ongoing APR: 19.74% - 25.74% Variable APR depending upon credit worthiness. Annual Fee $0 to $99 first year. $0 to $99 thereafter.
Penalty APR: N/A
Balance Transfer
Intro APR✝: N/A
Intro Period: N/A
Ongoing APR: N/A
Transfer Fee: N/A
Cash Advance Rates
Ongoing APR: 25.74% Variable
Advance Fee: Either $5 or 8% of the amount of each Cash Advance, whichever is greater, or $10 or 3% of each cash advance, whichever is greater.
Other Rates
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Min. Interest Charge: N/A
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Min: N/A
Max: N/A
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Over the Credit Limit: N/A
Returned Payment: $35

Barclay CashForward is Perfect Addition to My Wallet

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Reviewed on: Tue, 2016-08-30 16:51
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