Bank Zero launches - no more waiting list

NarrowBandFtw

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launched fully yet I've been on their early bird waiting list all this time and still haven't gotten any notification :ROFL:

off to a great start there, guessing the "Zero" is an indication of how many actual customers they have
 

Antelope

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launched fully yet I've been on their early bird waiting list all this time and still haven't gotten any notification :ROFL:

off to a great start there, guessing the "Zero" is an indication of how many actual customers they have
Check your spam for the invitation email
 

NarrowBandFtw

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Check your spam for the invitation email
nothing there at the moment, but I must confess I clear out my spam folder quite often and give it a cursory glance at best

it could have been there among the hundreds of viagra ads and Russian prossies begging for my attention ¯\_(ツ)_/¯
 

susefan

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If had cash that I wanted to deposit to a Zero bank account how would I do it?
 

supersunbird

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FNB Easy account for tap&go daily life, Capitec to get my salary in and handle my debit orders, TymeBank for savings.

Can't use Zero to replace Capitec account, as it's app only and I want Internet Banking on my desktop browser for that. The FNB account only costs me like R5pm in total, R5 vs R0? That's like 25 chappies at best. Interest rate is way lower than Tyme, so not best place to save.
 

wingnut771

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FNB Easy account for tap&go daily life, Capitec to get my salary in and handle my debit orders, TymeBank for savings.

Can't use Zero to replace Capitec account, as it's app only and I want Internet Banking on my desktop browser for that. The FNB account only costs me like R5pm in total, R5 vs R0? That's like 25 chappies at best. Interest rate is way lower than Tyme, so not best place to save.
Interest rates?
 

Gudnews

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This was a first mover situation and I believe they've lost out to Tymebank.
 
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