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Bankwest Zero Platinum MasterCard

Bankwest Zero Platinum MasterCard

3.9 from 44 reviews · View Statistics

Pros

  • $0 Annual Fee

  • No Foreign Transaction Fees

  • Complimentary Overseas Travel Insurance

  • 2.99% p.a. on Balance Transfers for the first 9 months

Cons

  • No attached rewards program

Reviews

  • Transparency
    2.0 (2)
  • Customer Service
    2.0 (2)
  • Rates and Fees
    3.0 (1)
  • Rewards
    1.0 (1)
  • Online Experience
    2.0 (2)
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Useless Travel Insurance

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The Travel Insurance has been changed from Allianze to Covermore and the changes are such an that the insurance cover is almost useless. It does not cover epidemics so that even though we bought the plane tickets 6mths ago we find that are not covered for Coronavirus and finding that out now make it impossible to get cover for Coronavirus. Also it now does not cover rental car CWA and now only covers the first 30 days. I would drop this card like a hot potato and look to other cards.

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incorrect information

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The foreign transaction fees are not 0% they are 2.95% of the transaction amount when you go to the official website and have now cancelled my application for this credit card, smacks of dishonesty to me.

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MJ K

MJ KAdelaide

  • 30 reviews
  • 24 likes

useless insurance policy

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Bankwest platinum card (inc Zero and Breeze Platinum) provides insurance.
But, insurance policy is useless. All CBA group are same. CBA and Bankwest insurance policy don't cover any small electronic device (ipod, mobile phone and tablet). They are so greedy. They added it to general exclusion. I've checked other bank's policy. Most policies cover mobile phone and tablet.
Only all CBA group doesn't cover.

Don't pay for travel arrangement using Bankwest and CBA credit card if you need insurance.

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keisha01au

keisha01auVictoria

  • 14 reviews
  • 11 likes

Rude customer service, then appalling lack of communication

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RoyKSydney, NSW

  • 19 reviews
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Unsecure card- rude & hopeless customer service

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Late fee if you pay on time

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Useless Bankwest

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Questions & Answers

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ASasked

Is this card better than GE Money 28 Degree Mastercard which also offers Zero international transaction fee and Mastercard exchange rates?
My intension to get this credit card is only for online purchases(USD/GBP) and overseas travel.

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Andyrock81
Andyrock81

Bankwest customer service/call centre is in Australia, and are easier to deal with than 28 degrees call centre in India. Travel insurance is complimentary too, unlike the 28 degrees card where you have to pay extra for this benefit.

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