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    Carrot is offline PNW Lurker
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    Just changed banks last week....signed up with IMB - a small bank based in NSW based on their promise of no fees and free $50. They even do overnight clearances on cheque for free and have great service BUT they block payments to all gaming sites.The reason given is the high level of fraud involved with internet gaming sites and that the bank is responsible for the first $10k.Can any1 recomend this tight ass a bank that does not charge fees and has great service???

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    yoyo is offline PNW Elite
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    CBA - and NETeller - problem solved

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    craigy is offline PNW Lurker
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    CBA no fees and great service yoyo? You been gone too long mate.

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    Carrot is offline PNW Lurker
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    Neteller-No fees Yr a funny bloke yoyo....

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    if you're that obsessed with avoiding fees you could play on Stars and be totally feeless using neteller to deposit and withdrawI don't pay any transaction fees at CBA - but this might be because a flick saying i'm a student hasn't be flipped off for a decade - but what is, $5 a month for unlimited transactions? come on, that's a bad cup of coffee

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    Westpac has been ok by me in terms of transferring funds. NAB also.Fees are a way of the world - unless you have your mortgage with the bank (and you can speak to me about if you want!! wink wink) a $5 per month fee applies.CBA will give you a fee free account and VISA if you have a home loan with them on the Wealth Package, as will ANZ. You do end up paying a $300ish Annual Fee though!
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    luckyshades is offline PNW Elite
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    What site are you playing on ?? Maybe you could use Gary Benson's site to transfer funds

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