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Tuesday, March 25, 2008

Important News Regarding The CitiBusiness® Card

CitiBusiness® Credit Card
CitiBusiness® Credit Card
Some good news and some bad news to report today.

The web surfers who visit this site like the business credit cards offered by Citi® a lot. Why? Because, heretofore, with all the Citi business credit card we've been recommending at this website, you could transfer non-Citi credit card balances at a zero percent introductory rate, and pay no transaction fee on the introductory balance transfers. The feeless, 0% balance transfer characteristic of these cards has helped to make them the most popular cards on this website.

OK, so first, the bad news. The CitiBusiness® credit card has recently been reconfigured by Citi, and now charges a fee on all balance transfers, including the introductory ones.

Actually, this news isn't so bad when weighed against the good news, which is that Citi still has 5  business credit cards to which you can transfer credit card balances at 0% intro APR, and pay no fee for the privilege. The cards are:

  • The Citi ProfessionalSM Cash Card
  • The Citi Professional Card
  • The Citi Professional Card with Thank YouSM Network
  • The CitiBusiness Card with Thank You Network
  • The CitiBusiness PremierPassSM Card

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