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Bank of America Platinum Plus Visa Card offers low interest and more

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Consumers can build a solid credit history through responsible use of the Bank of America Platinum Plus Visa Card while enjoying a low interest rate and other great features at the same time.

Compare Low Interest Credit CardsThis low interest credit card from Bank of America charges no annual fee and provides the cardholder with a 0 percent into APR on purchases and balance transfers for the first six months of card membership.  The Bank of America Platinum Plus Visa Card also charges no fee for balance transfers requested at the time of application.

Even after the credit card's introductory interest rates expire, cardholders will still enjoy a low APR for transactions with their Bank of America Platinum Plus Visa Card.

Although the Bank of America Platinum Plus Visa Card charges a low interest rate, its still providers members with a generous line of credit.  Depending on their credit histories, cardholders may qualify for a credit line of up to $25,000.

Bank of America lets cardholders take control of their credit card accounts via its online banking service.  Meanwhile, Bank of America's free Total Security Protection means Bank of America Platinum Plus Visa Card users will be protected from unauthorized card transactions when they quickly notify the bank.

Cardholders also receive travel and emergency assistance, automatic auto rental insurance and Bank of America's Purchase Replacement and Purchase Guard.

Meanwhile, so that each cardholder's Platinum Plus Visa Card is personalized just for them, Bank of America allows them to submit photos to be displayed on their credit card.

Apply for the Bank of America Platinum Plus Visa Card today and combine low interest with an assortment of other great features.

Published: February 16, 2007


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