How to do a money transfer
Moving money from your Lloyds Bank credit card to your current account could be useful for dealing with unplanned expenses or for when you can’t use plastic.
4 steps to making a money transfer
Other important information
Money transfers are generally either 0% p.a. interest for a set time period or a longer-term fixed low interest rate. You might be offered one or both types of transfer on your account.
You’ll usually be charged a fee for each individual money transfer made. This will be a percentage of the amount transferred and will be added to the balance. For example, a transfer of £1,000 with a 3% fee would result in a £30 transfer fee.
You need to make at least the minimum payment and stay within your credit limit every month to keep your promotional rate and not incur extra fees or charges. If you’ve got a Direct Debit set up, check the amount due after your transfer’s approved, especially if you normally clear your balance in full.
As soon as transactions show on your monthly statements, those with a higher-interest rate will be paid before any lower-rate balances, including any promotional rates that might be finishing soon.
Balances with the same interest rate will be paid off in the following order:
- Cash transactions (ATM or over the counter withdrawals)
- Card purchases
- Balance and money transfers
- Default fees, including interest and other charges added
For each type of balance, the oldest transactions and any related fees, charges and insurance, will be paid first.
Important legal information
Lloyds Bank plc. Registered office: 25 Gresham Street, London EC2V 7HN. Registered in England and Wales No. 2065. Lloyds Bank plc is authorised by the Prudential Regulation Authority and regulated by the Financial Conduct Authority and the Prudential Regulation Authority under registration number 119278.