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As a Std Bank customer since 1988, I'm ready to give FNB a go, mainly because of the "lack" of internet banking performance since Jan 2014. It's been so bad that one can go make a cup of coffee before/if the page updates!, if the site let's you in and doesn't give you a "credentials aren't correct" error.
And still one of the banks where everything takes 24 hours i.e. when I pay my card it only shows the next day, when I make a transfer then also only shows the next day. When receiving funds also only next day....
What's the catch with Capitec?And still one of the banks where everything takes 24 hours i.e. when I pay my card it only shows the next day, when I make a transfer then also only shows the next day. When receiving funds also only next day....
Walking into some SB branches also sometimes give you that 'blast from the past' feeling....
PS: Just for the record, my main accounts are with SB and my 'daily' account with Capitec.
Now that was a rip off. Every requests cost you 50 cent. Never told me that. Half way through the transaction it tells you there was an error and had to start over. That is your acc number? 50 cent. What do you want to do 50 sent. From what acc to what acc. 50 cent. How much 50 cent. Error please try again. And after that you still pay the fee as well.....They have ussd banking
No catch but as stated, best bare bones banking so if you have cash and do not need all the bells and whistles then nothing beats their R5 odd a month in service fees and their interest on positive balances.What's the catch with Capitec?
It's cheaper if you want to draw cash from stores like Pick n Pay. From a Capitec ATM itself, it's fixed at R4.60but what about ATM fee's?
Nope FNB was the first bank to release banking app.Standard bank has a cellphone app for long now before fnb and absa even