Tips to Boost your eBucks - 1 July 2019 to 30 June 2020

Tman*

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Dumb question real quick, on PC lev 5

For partners such as dischem & makro. Do you get 2.5% for swipes plus the said partner earn, or only the partner earn?
 

PsYTraNc3

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How does the FNB Home Loan rule work exactly. I was under impression that because I have paid off ±10% of my bond amount I am using between 65 - 94.9 % of the loan facility, hence 1500 points. However, I only got 500 in July. Managed level 5 still but way too close for comfort.
I was under the impression that this was extra fees paid into your bond.
Like if you had a 100% bond and then at some point paid in 10% in addition to your monthly installment, you would get points based on 90%.
 

Snyper564

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I was under the impression that this was extra fees paid into your bond.
Like if you had a 100% bond and then at some point paid in 10% in addition to your monthly installment, you would get points based on 90%.
There is a difference between paid off vs additional payment (excess)

If your bond is R1000 and you pay an additional R100 (into the excess) meaning your new balance is R900. R900/R1000 ->90% this is the percentage you are using.


However, if your bond is R1000 and your monthly amount is R100 meaning the new balance is R900. Its only R900/R900-> using 100% of the bond.

Its the additional portion(in your flexibond) that matters.
 

PsYTraNc3

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There is a difference between paid off vs additional payment (excess)

If your bond is R1000 and you pay an additional R100 (into the excess) meaning your new balance is R900. R900/R1000 ->90% this is the percentage you are using.


However, if your bond is R1000 and your monthly amount is R100 meaning the new balance is R900. Its only R900/R900-> using 100% of the bond.

Its the additional portion(in your flexibond) that matters.
Exactly what I was trying to say while still being my lazy self and not wanting to type a lot :)
 

dcv

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I also had the same problem. It looks like calculations are based on available funds that is excess you paid in to the bond. If you haven’t paid anything over your normal installment then you have 100% usage.
Damn, was hoping it wasnt like this. Fusion account it is then...

Thanks all for the clarification.
 

3WA

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haha :p I just adjusted my flexibond to sit in the highest points earn and got the 1500 points last month.
How do you do this? Phone them and ask for some of your available balance to be capitalised?
 

skillet

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Any Level 5's not going to use their voucher cap this month? Would like some Pro Shop Vouchers. Please PM me.
 

Bincx

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Anyone know whether the FNB kauai vouchers can be stacked?
Me, wife and dad all have level 5 so thinking of getting a few wraps one evening using R300 worth of vouchers.... :)
 

Moe_G10

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Hey guys. Anyone bought a TV off ebucks store but didn't have a Licence on their name because someone else in the family has it. How does it work?
 

Snyper564

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Anyone know whether the FNB kauai vouchers can be stacked?
Me, wife and dad all have level 5 so thinking of getting a few wraps one evening using R300 worth of vouchers.... :)
Sure each wrap isn't 100...just do 3 transactions...
 

Bincx

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Sure each wrap isn't 100...just do 3 transactions...
I want to feed my whole family. So if I do 3 transactions it would be approx R50-70 per wrap plus R30 change (which I lose). If I stack I get to buy 4 or 5 for R300. Not sure if I am explaining this too well...
Anyways, I will test it out...
 

Snyper564

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I want to feed my whole family. So if I do 3 transactions it would be approx R50-70 per wrap plus R30 change (which I lose). If I stack I get to buy 4 or 5 for R300. Not sure if I am explaining this too well...
Anyways, I will test it out...
You are doubt anyone has tested it, I guess let us know :)
 
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