Articles written by Justin Rampono
Important information: Citi Australia has been acquired by NAB, so Citibank accounts are no longer available to open for new customers. This information applies to and is still valid for existing Citi customers. However, we have some tips for those of you still looking to save on overseas fees.
Are you tired of getting slogged with sneaky bank fees? Have you returned from a holiday and opened your card statement only to be shocked by countless fees you weren’t expecting? This is a far too frequent occurrence, especially when travelling overseas or even shopping online. We’ve looked closely at Up Bank, one example of the new breed of banks, neobanks. Neobanks are digital-only banking platforms that use technology to give customers convenience and savings.
Travel Money Oz is one of Australia’s biggest foreign exchange companies. It has more than 60 stores across the country and 60+ currencies available to buy. Its commercial services include: Foreign currency exchange Prepaid travel money card (the Currency Pass) Online international money transfers
You may have just returned from a fantastic holiday only to be ‘slapped in the face’ when opening your ING card statement. What are all these extra fees? Or you already know how expensive these sneaky bank fees can be, so you’re doing your research to get ahead of the game. Either way, we’ll take you by the hand and help you understand ING international transaction fees and what you can do to save your hard-earned cash.
Crown Currency is an Australian-owned and operated foreign exchange company with more than 50 stores across Australia, where you can buy and sell more than 80 currencies. Read on to find out what the Crown Currency exchange rates are, how these rates match up against other companies, and how to buy and sell foreign currency with Crown.
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