Wells Fargo is expanding its new Visa card suite with the Wells Fargo Reflect Card, a credit card that offers up to 21 months with an introductory 0% annual percentage rate on purchases and qualified balance transfers.
The Reflect Card comes after Wells Fargo launched the Active Cash Card over the summer. Wells Fargo plans to follow the Reflect Card with a line of rewards credit cards.
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The Wells Fargo Reflect Card, which starts accepting applications Oct. 1, gives cardholders 18 months with a 0% APR on both purchases and balance transfers. Customers can extend the promotional period by up to three months as long as they make on-time payments.
The offer is “a very simple value proposition” that reflects customer desires and rewards good behavior, says Krista Phillips, head of branded cards and marketing for Wells Fargo Credit Cards.
After the promotional period, the card has a 12.99% to 24.99% variable APR on purchases and balance transfers.
The card does not charge an annual fee, and there is a 3% foreign transaction fee. The balance transfer fee is 3% for four months, then increases to 5%, or at least $5. The card also comes with a cash advance fee of 5%, or at least $10, along with late payment and returned payment fees of up to $40.
The Wells Fargo Reflect Card is taking the place of the Wells Fargo Platinum card, according to Phillips. The Platinum card offered a 0% APR on purchases and balance transfers for 18 months.