BANKWEST ZERO CREDIT CARD
Bankwest Zero Credit Card (Credit Card)Mastercard
        
Only one thing tops a bargain. Getting something great you don't have to pay for. And that's exactly what happens when you apply for a Bankwest Zero MasterCard. You get the convenience of MasterCard, one of the world's most accepted credit card brands, with zero annual fee. You can get Classic, Gold or Platinum options. Please make sure that you read all of their terms and conditions in detail before you apply so that you understand your obligations. If you have any questions contact their customer support team.
Location: Australia
Advantages:
1. No Annual Fee, ever!
2. Awarded ‘Best Transactor Credit Card’ by Money magazine every year for the last 5 years!
3. Up to 55 days interest free
4. 24/7 account access via Bankwest Online Banking
5. If you qualify for Platinum, upgrade at no extra cost to enjoy complimentary travel insurance with up to $25,000 cover and 24/7 concierge to assist with making bookings, reservations and enquiries on your behalf!
6. Up to 3 additional cardholders - free!
7. We’ve made the application process really quick and easy.  You only need to apply once to find out if you are eligible for a Bankwest Zero Classic, Gold or Platinum MasterCard.
2.99% p.a. on balance transfers for 9 months
Disadvantages:
1. You must be over 18
2. You must be a permanent Australian resident.
Services:
1. No Annual Fee Credit Card
2. Classic, Gold or Platinum Option

APR: Varies
Credit Limit: $6K minimum
Credit Rebuild: No
Chip and Pin: No
Under 18: No
SMS Banking: No

Fees: $0
Cash Back: N/A
Cash Advances: 21.99% p.a.
Balance Transfer: 2.99% for 9 months,
New Purchase: 17.99% p.a.

Rewards: See website for details
        

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