What To Do If You Have Maxed Out Your Credit Card Limit

Get a personal loan. For your credit card payout, there is an interest of at least 22% being levied on you (this differs from card to card but this is the minimal interest rate). An unsecured personal loan carries an interest of 14-16% which is a cool 6-8% lesser than what you are paying for a credit card.

to do if you have maxed out your credit card limitHow will you qualify to get a personal loan? You do not get a personal loan here. Your credit card payout gets converted into a personal loan-like product where you pay less interest on the amount but the period you pay it for increases. We all know that personal loans have a fixed duration attached to them while credit card payouts depend on the amount. What banks do in this case is that they calculate your current credit card outstanding and divide it into equal installments with an associated time frame so that it looks like a personal loan because you are paying personal-loan like interest on them.

As stated earlier, most of the credit card issuing banks have to provide this option because of certain guidelines by the controlling authority, but they prefer not to because of offsetting interest payments they get on credit card payouts. As an informed consumer though, you have all the rights to ask your bank to convert your credit card payout into a personal loan product so that you can heave a sigh of relief with you getting less dearer than you used to with credit card payments.

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Elizabeth Roberts

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