No Fee 0% Balance Transfer Offers From Pulaski Bank

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Pulaski Bank is offering a pair of no fee, 0% balance transfer credit cards. If you’re not familiar with Pulaski Bank, don’t worry… While they’re not as well known as some of their banking brethren, they’re totally legitimate. In fact, Pulaski Bank is both FDIC Insured and a member of the BBB Online.

Note: Pulaski Bank has re-branded under the name of its parent bank, IberiaBank.

As for the length of these offers, they’re both good for six months. While this isn’t as long as what you can get with some of the other 0% balance transfer credit cards that are out there floating around, it’s totally fee-free. So you can get a six month break from your interest payments without paying a penny in fees.

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Comments (scroll down to add your own):

  1. Is this card for bad credit people?

    Comment by Jordan — Jan 6th 2009 @ 4:01 pm
  2. No, the regular Visa card is supposedly intended for those with an “average” credit history, whereas the Gold version is intended for those with a “good” credit history.

    Comment by admin — Jan 6th 2009 @ 4:42 pm
  3. has any body use this car, and if so please give me feed back.i’m thinking about a balance transfer. Credit card Pulaski bank card

    Comment by nick — May 20th 2009 @ 12:23 am
  4. nick: I haven’t personally used the card, but I know people who have. The primary drawback is that they seem to have rather strict criteria for approval, but… If you qualify, the no fee, 0% balance transfer can be a great deal.

    Comment by admin — May 20th 2009 @ 10:01 am
  5. Here are some other good balance transfer card offers.

    Comment by Tim — Jan 10th 2010 @ 9:55 pm
  6. Is it bad for a credit score if you don’t get approved?

    Also, what if the amount you want to transfer is more than the credit they are giving out, if that would be the case?

    Comment by Lyle — Jan 18th 2010 @ 1:41 pm

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