If you’re looking for a balance-transfer credit card, Fluid could be the answer for you. When you start paying interest charges on a credit card, it can become harder to clear the overall debt. Transferring the balance can give you a break from any mounting interest and make it easier to work towards clearing the debt entirely.
Fluid offers 0% interest on balance transfers for 9 months from the account opening, after which the standard rate will apply. Taking a break from interest payments can help you get back on your feet and back on track, leaving you more time to enjoy the here and now and start planning for the future.
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