Latest review: ING has gone downhill. They kept slashing their savings interest rates and on top of that, you have to use your debit card at least 5x a month to get the full interest rate. Moved to Ubank for better
Latest review: I was almost put off joining Rabobank from the complaints on here but I went for it anyway.
I had no problems whatsoever. I suggest reading the T&Cs first so there are no surprises! (e.g. Yes - they
Latest review: Over a period of 9 months Commbank have Continually changed my Interest Rate without notifying me as per the terms set out in there product disclosure!
Ive Been loyal to this bank for 38 years But
Latest review: I was directed to UBank by the Barefoot Investor and the highest interest rate going. I didn't quite understand at first how to receive the bonus rate and how the automatic "swing" worked from your
Latest review: When you eventually have to take money out you lose the interest for that month (if you leave the funds in the account), so say with $100,000 in the account you earn 0.1% interest for that
Latest review: Many have already posted the problem w ANZ online saver (OS) for existing customers so I won't rehash it. I've been waiting since Dec for ANZ to reverse their silly decision and it looks like they've
Latest review: Not sure why but CBA keeps tweaking the rules on this product to try and screw you out of a meagre bonus interest rate.
1. Used to allow 1 unpenalised withdrawal each month (now it is zero)
Latest review: Only one contact number which goes to off shore call centre full of people shouting. Staff member at the Philippine call centre was unable to assist with even basic account information. He left me on
Latest review: Honestly. Money transfers times are beyond a joke. My weekly pay is always deposited at least 24hours after everyone elses clears and usually doesnt appear till Friday afternoon. Transferring to
Latest review: I've been waiting for 3 weeks to have my funds unlocked - 6 times I've sent messages, phone calls, live chat sessions and they still don't do anything. They even told me they had the documentation I
Latest review: I love all the services offered by Suncorp Metway, and eOptions is no exception.I don't know how I managed to conduct my financial affairs before I got onto this service - it saves me so much time
Latest review: I opened a USaver Reach account for my Mojo emergency money (or as I like to call it, my Rainy Day account). At the time of writing, the interest is 2.31% p.a. for accounts under $5,000 for people
Latest review: The Everyday Options account gives you the ability to have sub accounts. I use them to keep my own finances seperate from others I am managing. As the sub accounts allow debit and credits I know what
Latest review: The web savings account pays an interest rate about 0.75% higher than the Pensioner account, which I did not know about
So in that respect the web savings account is worth having for saving, as
Latest review: I opened this account for my child when Money Magazine were offering a special $50 voucher for new accounts. While the interest is not huge, it is a good way to have an account for a child that is
Latest review: Whilst this account was easy to set up it is pretty useless. It has low interest and you can get much better interest elsewhere. It is easy to use though, you can just set up a direct debit to help
Latest review: Just opened one of these to check it out. Im already a customer and was easy to log in and open. The rates on the description here didnt match the rates on their website. I advise always double check
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
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
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