Maybank Guaranteed Gift Balance Transfer
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If you are struggling with mounting credit card debt perhaps
it’s time to consider a balance transfer plan. Maybank’s
Guaranteed Gift Balance Transfer
campaign promises interest rates as low as
8.88% p.a. for 36 month. As further incentive they are throwing in a free gift
for balance transfers of RM10,000 and above.

Maybank Guaranteed Gift Balance Transfer

Existing Maybank customers who successfully apply for a
balance transfer between RM10,000 to RM29,999 will qualify for a wifi only iPad
Mini 16gb while successful customers with a balance transfer of RM30,000 and
above will receive a Samsung Galaxy S4.

This campaign runs from 1 July till 31 October 2013 and is
only available to all Principal Maybank and Maybank Islamic credit card cardholders.

For further details please check out the Terms &
of this campaign.

You can apply online for this balance transfer and jumpstart your journey towards
financial freedom.


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