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Simmons First Visa Platinum Card Review

Although balance transfer offers have bounced back onto the market in recent months, consolidation among major lenders means you’ve got fewer banks willing to lure your business with low teaser rates. Credit card issuers reserve their very best deals for first-time customers. If you earned a high credit score by proving you’re capable of paying [...] The original version of this article, Simmons First Visa Platinum Card Review, is copyrighted by Consumerism Commentary.
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