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St.George Bank Visa Debit Card
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Maximum Rate
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Standard Rate
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Bonus Rate
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Account Fees
$0
Unlimited fee-free banking.
Minimum Balance
$0
We Say...
Keep control of what you spend by paying for purchases directly from your own bank account. You can shop securely with your own money, online, at home, over the phone or overseas wherever Visa is accepted. This gives you the convenience and global acceptance of Visa debit at 24 million outlets.
Why Choose This Account?
  • Keep control of what you spend by paying for purchases directly from your own bank account.
  • Convenience and global acceptance of Visa debit at 24 million outlets.
Additional Information
  • Online guarantee with St.George secure.

Key Features

Access your own money conveniently for Internet, phone and mail order purchases with the Visa Debit Card. Unlike a credit card, a debit card has no credit facility, so it offers you the convenience and security of Visa, using your own money.

Key Features of the St.George Visa Debit Card

  • Keep control of what you spend by paying for purchases directly from your own bank account
  • Shop securely with your own money, online, at home, over the phone or overseas wherever Visa is accepted
  • Convenience and global acceptance of Visa debit at 24 million outlets
  • Use Visa debit for Internet, phone and mail order purchases accessing your own money
  • Saves you from carrying cash and travellers cheques in Australia and overseas
  • Online guarantee with St.George secure
  • Verified by Visa provides an online guarantee so you can shop with confidence
  • Visa Preferred services gives you access to a range of additional benefits such as accommodation discounts, priority seating and ticketing on entertainment services

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St.George Bank Visa Debit Card Rates & Info
Account Name
St.George Bank Visa Debit Card
Bank
St. George
Minimum Balance
$0
St.George Bank Visa Debit Card Fees & Charges
Account Fee
$0 Unlimited fee-free banking.
Terms & Conditions
Conditions and fees apply.
1Visa Debit Card available to customers who have an Australian residential address and are over the age of 18. If you are less than 18 years old and are a full time student, please contact us on 13 33 30 or visit any branch.
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