No. of Recommendations: 1
Here is one scenario:
1. Clear off one of your cards (with the cash you already have in E-Migrant)
2. Get a low-rate balance transfer on that card (assuming its available)
3. Move over a portion of your 5.9% car loan - whatever you could normally would pay off before it expires.

As I see it, this would really only be possible after the credit cards are paid off (or money is set aside to pay them off) and we are snowballing the car. The balances are too high to pay off the entire thing within the span of a 12 or 15 month 0% offer.

Come to think of it, is it even possible to BT a bank loan to a cc? How would that work unless I could get my hands on a BT "check"?
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