BSB 805 050

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BSB 805 050

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Our BSB is 805 050

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  • What is the Visa Credit Card fee?

    Visa Credit Card Accounts carry a $59 annual fee. This fee is waived if you have a home loan, One to One or financial planning relationship with us or if you are under 25 years old and hold an Activate Account.

    Visa debit cards have no annual fee.

  • What do I do if my card is lost or stolen?

    If your card is lost or stolen during business hours, call us on 13 11 82 or visit your nearest branch as soon as possible. We can cancel your current card and arrange for a new card to be mailed to you.

    Outside of business hours, call the Visa 24 hour hotline on 1800 648 027. You'll then need to contact us to arrange for a new card to be sent.

    If you're overseas when you lose your card, please contact us on +61 2 8299 9101. If you need to arrange for an emergency Visa card to be issued to you, visit the Visa website to find the contact details for each country.

    There may be a fee for ordering a replacement card. Refer to our Disclosure documents for more details.

  • What is a cash advance? 

    A cash advance is an option cardholders can use to withdraw cash against their approved credit limit. Receiving a cash advance can simply be a matter of using a credit card at the nearest ATM.

    Please note that there are no interest free days that apply on cash advances, interest charges are incurred from day one. Fees and charges apply to a cash advance. Refer to our Disclosure documents for more details.

  • Are smart chip Visa cards secure?

    Yes, the smart chip provides the highest level of protection against counterfeiting, card skimming and other fraudulent use as the microchip is virtually impossible to copy.

  • Why have I been charged interest on my credit card?

    You may have been charged interest for the following reasons:

    • A cash advance has been made
    • An electronic transfer has been debited from the account
    • An overseas cash withdrawal was done
    • There was a late payment made to the account
    • The full end of the month balance was not paid.

    To reduce interest charges, try paying more than your minimum repayment each month. The more you pay off your balance, the less interest you will be charged. If you pay off your whole balance by the due date, you won't be charged any interest at all on eligible transactions.

    Interest is calculated on the daily balances but not charged until the last calendar day of the month.

  • How can I request to reduce my credit limit or terminate my credit card or overdraft contract?

    You can use this website to request a reduction in your credit limit to an amount that equals or exceeds the minimum credit limit for your credit card or overdraft or to request to terminate your credit card or overdraft contract.  To do this, please click here to lodge a SecureMail request via Internet Banking. Alternatively, enter the information and follow the instructions on the web form request via this website by clicking here, visit your local branch or contact us on 13 11 82.

  • What is a credit limit?

    A credit limit is the maximum amount that People's Choice Credit Union has approved for you to borrow.

    Credit limits should be carefully monitored to ensure that you do not exceed your designated amount. To ensure that you do not exceed your limit, you may find it helpful to keep a pocket notebook with you to write down your purchases. You can also check balances regularly via Phone, Internet Banking and Mobile Banking , noting sometimes there may be purchases still to be processed to your account.

    SMS Banking is also available to help you keep in touch with your finances. You can check your accounts whenever and wherever you want simply by using your mobile phone, another way to ensure you don't overspend. Refer to our terms and conditions for more information on SMS Banking.

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