St.George Visa Debit Card – Details and Application

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  • Clicking Go to site will take you to your Online Application on the bank's website. You do not need to be a customer of this bank to apply.
  • Your application will typically take you no more than 10-15 minutes to complete Tip: Have your Tax File Number ready as it will speed up your application.
  • In most cases, your new savings account will be setup immediately after you apply.
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Access your own money conveniently for Internet, phone and mail order purchases with the St.George 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.

Features of 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

How to apply for the St George Visa Debit Card

If you think the St George Visa Debit Card is for you, click ‘Go to site’ to be safely redirected to the St.George Credit Card Application Page. To apply, you must have one of the following St.George accounts:

You need to provide the following:

  • Existing credit card details
  • Personal details (drivers license)
  • Contact details
  • Employment details (weekly income after tax)
  • Financial details (details of assets, savings or investments)

If you are a self-employed, you will need to provide recent tax information.

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6 Responses to St.George Visa Debit Card – Details and Application

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    Harley | May 7, 2015

    Will be using my Visa Debit card overseas. What are the charges for withdrawing local currency from a ATM in a foreign country? Do you use savings or cheque account? When you pay for goods or meals do you push the credit button and what charges are involved for these transactions?

    • Staff
      Jonathan | May 8, 2015

      Hi Harley, thanks for your inquiry!

      The fees and charges for withdrawing currency in a foreign country depends on the bank/ lender and product. Generally there is a currency conversion fee/foreign transaction fee of 2-3% and a ATM withdrawal fee of $5. You may like to refer to the following page for more information on international transaction fees.

      Cheers,

      Jonathan

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    Cody | May 9, 2013

    Do you have to be over 18 ?

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      Jacob | May 9, 2013

      Ho Cody. There is no minimum age required to apply for a St.George Visa Debit Card, you only have to hold a St.George Account like the Complete Freedom transaction account. The St.George SENSE Account however, has a minimum age requirement. See the product review and application page for more details. Jacob.

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    Dale | October 26, 2011

    Hi, i just want to know whether there is a way to delete the history of a visa debit card thank you

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      Jacob | April 10, 2013

      Hi Dale. Thanks for your question. No, you can’t do this for security reasons. Sorry about the delay in getting back to you. Jacob.

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