Even with the 0% interest they often impose some sort of finance charge for writing the check. Sometimes it's 3%. So if it costs you $294 in a finance charge to deposit the $9800 check, you'd be doing all this for nothing. Make sure there are NO other charges associated with writing a check other than 0% APR.SeeFoolRun - strongly believes TNSTAAFL
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