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Receive $100 in Travel Funds When You Open a HSBC Everyday Global Account After Booking Any Webjet Tour / Resort Package

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Hey guys, A friend of mine works at HSBC and told me about this deal.

Book any Webjet Exclusives tour or resort deal and get $100 spending money to kick-start your travel fund when you open an HSBC Everyday Global Account*. As well as your bonus travel money, with an HSBC Everyday Global Account you’ll enjoy:

$0 Monthly account fees
$0 Transaction fees
$0 overseas ATM fees charged by HSBC Australia
$0 Load fees and no minimum balance
Simply make a tour or resort booking at Webjet Exclusives and within 3 business days you will receive an email detailing how to apply for an HSBC Everyday Global Account and how to activate your new Visa Debit Card. Once your application is successful and your account is open, within 6 weeks AUD100 will be deposited into your account to get you started for your trip.

Whether you’re at home or away, the Everyday Global Account is a bank account and travel card in one. With the ability to load up to 10 different currencies, it’s the perfect companion to your international adventure.

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    So we have to make a paid booking first?

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    HSBC was fined almost $2 Billion for money laundering for drug gangs and sending money to Saudi banks tied to terrorism. They have been part of untold deaths, murders and worse. Don't support corporations that a part of the global crime problem. The $100 is dirty money.

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    So with webjet's BS fees it's effectually a $50 voucher.

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      lol…more like $18-20 voucher.

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        Ouch really? last time I used a webjet voucher (thanks ING!) it was like $49 in fees and "Fare guarantees"

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      I'd definitely use this voucher on a hotel instead of flights. The difference will be a lot less. Or maybe a domestic flight.

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    This HSBC account is great. So much better than travel cards. You don't need to pre-load specific currencies. Just load AUD and use it seemingly anywhere in the world. No conversion fees. No ATM fees unless the local ATM charges. I used to in Singapore (SGD), Germany (EUR), Poland (PNL/zloty), and Qatar (QAR) just recently, both for ATMs and EFTPOS, and I paid no fees at all for any conversion or withdrawal. I did have to cancel one ATM in Singapore and when it wanted to charge me a fee, but the next ATM I tried didn't charge anything. I suspect with some countries like Thailand the ATM itself may still charge a whopping fee, but possibly not. First time I haven't paid fees in Singapore.

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      agree, same experience

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      Can i ask if the conversion rate higher than market rate or similiar?

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      Whats the difference between this HSBC account and Citibank plus account? Which one is better and why?

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        The HSBC account has the added bonus of fixed value accounts for a bunch of other currencies.

        Basically it’s the best of both the Citibank and fixed rate / value travel cards.

        Also in our case we signed up as a joint account, so got two cards. The Citibank account was in my name only and I can’t remember if it was impossible or just too hard to get a second card.

        Didn’t take too much notice if the rates were different - when you’re talking tenths of a cent it’s not really that much in the grand scheme of things.

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    Shame I got this card months ago and still havnt used it lol

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    Anyone compare this over the Citibank Debit card? (Also with no global ATM fee or international transaction fee)

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    Is this the same one that gives 2% back with purchases under $100 etc?

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    Well I have to say forever in my life, I couldn't open a bank account, and that is with HSBC. It's not because of eligibility, it's because the rude and arrogant attitude of HSBC employees towards new customers. Here is the story. My mum was trying to open this global currency account with HSBC. We did online application and all went well except need to go to Canberra branch to verify her identity. We went there with all supporting documents and expect it is a simple and quick turn around, but HSBC Canberra branch employee completely pissed us off and shocked us that opening a bank account could be that complicated and difficult. The lady serving us was not verifying my mum's identity but rather telling us something we already know from the web (like this fee that fee, interest rate blah blah blah) and also asked a lot of questions which are stupid. For example, why my mum wants multiple foreign currencies in the global currency account? I reminded her please verify the identity and those information we already know and my mum has the right to open up to 10 foreign currencies in that account so please speed up the process. The lady said to us every customer wanted to open account with HSBC has to stay there and listen to her for minimum an hour. I said to her, fine but please hurry up a bit as I do have to go to work and can't stay that long. Then she refused to serve us and said if we want to open the account, we have to make another appointment. Then she walked away and left us with her branch manager. I talked to HSBC Canberra branch manager but that lady is even more rude and asked us to leave. I was shocked HSBC employees could treat new customer like that. Such thing never happened in other banks. I have to say, HSBC, look at how empty in your Canberra branch. If that is your service standard, how could new customer come?

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