Citibank Personal Credit (Personal Loan)
Citibank Personal Credit is an unsecured line of credit giving you access to cash anytime, anywhere. You can access your funds whenever you need than and pay interest only on what you spend! With no fixed term you can pay-off your balance as quickly or slowly as you like.
Location: Australia
Lender/Broker: Lender
1. No transaction fees.
2. No cash advance fees.
3. No ATM fees at over 2,900 ATMs throughout Australia.
4. 7.9% p.a. for the first 12 months on purchases and balances transferred
5. No fixed term.
1. Annual fee of $99.
2. After the introductory rate the APR will revert back to 15.59% p.a.
3. Late payment fee $10 every 7 days until the Payment Due is made
Linked to a Visa debit card, you can make purchases in-store, online and over the phone as well as access cash through ATMs

APR: 7.9% p.a. (12 months)Loan Amount: $5,000 to $25,000
Min Term: RevolvingMax Term: Revolving

Secured Loan: NoUnsecured Loan: Yes

Terms and Conditions:
You must be at least 18 years of age, have a good credit rating and earn a taxable income of $30000 per year or more.
You must supply your personal details and financial position.
If you have good credit rating
Existing Citibank Ready Credit customers or anyone who has applied for a Citibank unsecured credit product in the last nine months are not eligible for this offer.
Citibank Personal Credi (Which Way To Pay Australia - 25/7/2013)
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