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Bank Australia Visa Access

Transaction Accounts / Debit CardsBank Australia Visa Access

3.7 from 3 reviews

Latest review: Just got back from a 2-month stint in Europe and used the Bank Australia Visa card a few times (NB, this is an access card, so I am accessing my own funds). It was far superior to the CashPassport

BankWest TeleNet Saver

Savings AccountsBankWest TeleNet Saver

3.6 from 8 reviews

Latest review: Bankwest advertises their telenet saver account with a bonus 1.5% for 4-6 months. They do not tell you it does not apply if you have ever had a telenet saver before - I had one in 2006 - I got a

RAMS

Home and Contents Insurance, Home Loans, Savings Accounts and Landlord InsuranceRAMS · includes 4 listings

3.5 from 439 reviews

Latest review: Name of my loan ,Rate Relief Aug08 .Have been a customer for 12 years my variable rate is 3.71% . This rate is no where near comparable to other companies offering considerably cheaper rates. Have

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Bendigo Blue

Transaction Accounts / Debit CardsBendigo Blue

3.5 from 4 reviews

Latest review: This is OK but I have found that there are better deals out there. It is also expensive to use if you for whatever reason have to make an EFTOPS withdrawal. The lack of Bendigo ATM's also makes this

BankWest Hero Transaction

Transaction Accounts / Debit CardsBankWest Hero Transaction

3.5 from 2 reviews

Latest review: Bank West’s Hero transaction account is a very good transaction account. It charge no monthly while offering 5% interest. Normally transaction account gives less than 1% interest. The other t

St.George Maxi Saver

Savings AccountsSt.George Maxi Saver

3.3 from 7 reviews

Latest review: Beware - you need to contact St George every 3 months and ask for discretion rate or else it goes down to worthless rate. They did not call or message me to tell me rate drop. This does NOT seem

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BankWest Smart eSaver

Savings AccountsBankWest Smart eSaver

3.3 from 6 reviews

Latest review: A good account with easy access and high variable rate for 'rainy day' savings which aren't locked away. Although you do lose majority of interest reward in any one month which contains a

St.George Incentive Saver

Savings AccountsSt.George Incentive Saver

3.3 from 3 reviews

Latest review: A very confusing erratic product that sometimes does not give you the bonus interest even if you followed the rules to qualify for it. For the 2nd month in a row I get no bonus interest after

NAB Term Deposit

Term DepositsNAB Term Deposit

3.3 from 3 reviews

Latest review: I have used numerous Term Deposits with Banks, and all let you decide what you want to do at the maturity date online. I used NAB for the 1st time for a term deposit and when your money comes close

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Commonwealth Bank YouthSaver

Savings AccountsCommonwealth Bank YouthSaver

3.0 from 8 reviews

Latest review: When my son turns 18, the bank does not notify that he's no longer entitled to interest in the account. We have no idea and only realised no interest paid for the last 18 months when the statements

Bank of Queensland Reverse Charges

Transaction Accounts / Debit CardsBank of Queensland Reverse Charges

3.0 from 3 reviews

Latest review: The account was good for a while, but it is a pain to have to keep that minimum balance just to get the fee rewarded to you. I think there are better online savings accounts out there. The idea

Commonwealth Bank Mortgage Interest Saver

Savings AccountsCommonwealth Bank Mortgage Interest Saver

3.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: The CBA MISA account is the worst offset account I have ever used. It's not 100% transactional - you cannot direct debit from this account and every single time you make a withdrawal it has to be

BankSA Maxi Saver

Savings AccountsBankSA Maxi Saver

3.0 from 2 reviews

Latest review: well, Banksa would only give you this interest rate if you remember to call them every 3 months and renew it. even then its quite low compared to some other banks. the normal interest rate is 0.15%

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UBank USpend

Savings AccountsUBank USpend

2.9 from 8 reviews

Latest review: This is probably the only redeeming factor for uBank is the high-interest rate on this account. It is generally above the industry standard but there are a few issues to be aware of. The Sweep

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NAB iSaver

Savings AccountsNAB iSaver

2.8 from 9 reviews

Latest review: Describing a bank account that starts at 2.11 per cent and "smoothly transitions" to 0.11 per cent a few months later as "high interest" is deceptive and disappointing. I'd like to save with NAB but

Commonwealth Bank Term Deposit

Term DepositsCommonwealth Bank Term Deposit

2.8 from 5 reviews

Latest review: Even after taking in documentation to prove that my father is dying, the bank will not allow him access to his term deposit account. Vietnam veteran who has been a loyal customer to commonwealth bank

Suncorp Visa Debit

Transaction Accounts / Debit CardsSuncorp Visa Debit

2.8 from 5 reviews

Latest review: Never works on line at government agencies. I always have to ring them to get this fixed then they always tell me i changed it. No I did not. Poor service SUNCORP. And you phone staff have attitude

AMP Bett3r

Transaction Accounts / Debit CardsAMP Bett3r

2.7 from 3 reviews

Latest review: The Bett3r app is primitive. There is no Apple Pay or Osko by BPAY. I have been using his account for one year, and find that it is extremely unpredictable,when it transfers money for no reason

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Westpac eSaver

Savings AccountsWestpac eSaver

2.4 from 7 reviews

Latest review: I have been banking with them since 2013 and they give the best interest on this account so I would recommend opening an account so you can save quicker and

ANZ Term Deposit

Term DepositsANZ Term Deposit

2.4 from 5 reviews

Latest review: I rang for a 3month/6month term deposit rate for a large deposit. Some banks contact their treasury departments and give you a rate over the phone with a reference number (eg. NAB) or if you have

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