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I was under the impression the "signature" thing meant it was a citi run card like citis own signature and the investec signature. Both of those 2 you cannot get ATO points do I just assumed this card was going to end up the same way. Gladly be corrected as I'm after one aswellSorry, have Citi bought out Westpac now?
Westpac own St George. Disappointing but not surprising they won't pay points on ATO for this card given they don't pay points on Earth/Altitude MC anymore and only half rate for their companion Amex cards.
IT could be covered under point 7.2 , no goverment chargesI've just received my Amplify Signature card and want to use it to pay some personal tax at the ATO. I've read the T&Cs re QFF points carefully but I can't find any reference in it to paying the ATO. Can anyone see a Clause that's relevant?
IT could be covered under point 7.2 , no goverment charges
I've had the card approved, made a spend, so now waiting for points. I have to say my St. George experience, especially at the branch has been pretty awful. Separately, a BankWest deal I missed the fine print and didn't get points as I'd already transacted with them. I know the banks and card providers are being a bit more cagey these days.
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