I got my latest statement today. ATO is still working at 1 point/$ up to $2500.Definitely cancelling in February if they don't waive the annual fee again. The only reason I have kept it this long is to pay my quarterly PAYG instalments, car rego, rates & the wife's speeding fines! Logged on to the new web site today and see that all transactions are now categorized ie ATO is Personal Tax, Council Rates are Government etc. Being the cynical person that I am I suspect that points on ATO etc may be a thing of the past as the T's&C's exclude government charges from eligible purchases. Just paid a $235 speeding fine so will be looking to see if it accrues points once it clears pending. I will post an update if no points are allocated.
Yeah, they waived the annual fee for me yesterday as well, so I agreed to keep the card. It's good for the first $2,500 spend per statement and so it works for me as a replacement for my CitiBusiness card that I'm ditching post-March 18. Most of my spend is on an Amex, but I need a Visa/MC as a backup.They are still happy to waive the annual fee on closing the card. I closed anyway, even though, down the track, it may become the standard earn rate.
I got a waive offered mid Feb, but that was it. They weren't interested in offsetting or waiving their monthly 'statement' fee which despite its small size annoyed me to no end.any recent fee waives? my annual fee is coming up so going to cancel this card.... I could be tempted if they waive the fee but then again I wouldn't mind reducing my limits as well.
Not quite the correct thread (Woolworths CC), but I would be keeping the Qantas credit union card beyond all others! Even if the annual fee goes up. It will probably be one of the last to be 'enhanced'.I just messaged the bank (Qantas credit union, now QUDOS) through the internal messaging system. Requested a waiver of my annual fee with the line that I was looking to consolidate my banking with one bank and was wondering if they'd offer me a sweetner to come with them.
I got a reply saying that unfortunately management wasn't able to approve this. Now to withdraw all my money from their savings account.
My question now is should I call with the intention to cancel and suggest they should offer me a year free to stay? If that fails, does anyone have a suggestion of a visa with a $1 = 1 QFF point with a signing bonus? I already have the jetstar platinum card.
I would agree with this. The Jetstar, Woolworths & Macquarie Cards have all had substantial haircuts. The Qantas Credit Union (now QUDOS) credit card will probably be the last one in the firing line as it has several thousand members who all actually work for Qantas.Not quite the correct thread (Woolworths CC), but I would be keeping the Qantas credit union card beyond all others! Even if the annual fee goes up. It will probably be one of the last to be 'enhanced'.