Mint credit card

Credit Card. Save money with a MINT credit card

Hey I’m back again after a week without any post here. I just want to share this great offer by this great credit card company. MINT is a business name of The Royal Bank of Scotland. They offer services such as credit card, online and mobile banking, plus gift cards.

MINT is offering a 13 month NO INTEREST RATE on balance transfers! NO KIDDING!
You can also manage your purchases via SMS or online. Banking has never been
so easy like this!

Features and Benefits: (Stated on MINT website)

  • 0% on balance transfers until 1 March 2009 (2.9% balance transfer fee)
  • 0% on purchases until 1 August 2008
  • 0% bonus offer until 1 December 2009 on balances transferred during June 2009 (2.9% fee)
  • Typical 12.9% APR (variable)
  • Up to £7,500 credit limit
  • Free online account management where you can download statements and receive email and text alerts
  • Online fraud protection
  • No annual fee
  • Unique mc2 card design
  • Free additional card for a friend or partner
  • Chip and PIN security
  • Worldwide acceptance at over 24 million locations, wherever you see the MasterCard sign
  • 24 hour MINT customer service
  • MINT+ offers on wine, prize draws, travel and leisure services

Apply now and refresh the way you do banking.


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