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Thread: HSBC Day to Day account, fee free bank account, why pay for a bank account?

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    HSBC Day to Day account, fee free bank account, why pay for a bank account?

    Why would you pay for a bank account? HSBC offer fee free bank accounts!

    DO not pay for a bank account and switch to the HSBC one today:
    Day to Day Online Account - online transaction accounts | HSBC Australia

    Discover just how far everyday banking can take you with the
    HSBC Day to Day Account.



    • Pay no monthly account fee
    • Unlimited transactions at over 3,000 HSBC, Westpac, St George, BankSA and Bank of Melbourne ATMs, with no ATM fees
    • Direct deposit of your salary or other payments straight into your Day to Day account
    • HSBC Visa Debit Card for fast, easy and secure access to your money
    • Use your own money for purchases online, overseas, over the phone and by mail
    • Visa payWave for convenient contactless purchases under $100
    • Visa Zero Liability^ protection against unauthorised purchases
    • Access anywhere, anytime with secure Internet and Mobile Banking
    • 24 hours a day, 7 days a week phone banking
    • Go paperless with e-Statements and e-Notifications


    For more fee free bank account information head over to: Best Fee Free Bank accounts in Australia, Comparing $0 fee accounts! there are other accounts that maybe of interest.
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    I think it's time to leave Commonwealth bank, I pay $6 a month for a Everyday Account Complete Access with them and doesn't seem to give me anything more than the HSBC Bank Accounts Comparison Table - Commonwealth Bank Group

    Good thing there's a few in Melbourne:
    Branch Locations | HSBC Australia

    save me $6 a month, $72 a year, what can I spend that on?
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    I might change too, I'm with westpak and I often get a $5 charge as I don't always put $2000 in every month. Mainly months when I have holidays, as I'm just above minimum wage and the tax man often forces my earnings to just under $2000

    this is what I've got:
    Transaction Account - Open a Choice Bank Account | Westpac
    Monthly service fee (the $5 monthly service fee will be waived if you deposit at least $2,000 by the last business day of each month)

    I pay about $2000 a year in tax and it often comes out in the months where I'm not earning my full amount forcing my earnings down and then I get the $5 charge. No more Westpak! Your not my Westpal anymore!


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