I also dnt spend on cheque card and had 75% to 99% spend on credit card. Then I saw my Netflix subscription is going off my cheque account, changed it to credit card card. Normal debit orders dnt count as spend AFAIK.HI, Ebucks calculator shows I have a spend of R11000 although CC statement shows a spend of around R20K, how does this work?
Also Calculator shows that I used my CC for 99.9% of my spend but I didn't touch my cheque card?
I don't have a Netflix or something similar besides debit orders going off my cheque account. I do geo payments from my cheque account thoughI also dnt spend on cheque card and had 75% to 99% spend on credit card. Then I saw my Netflix subscription is going off my cheque account, changed it to credit card card. Normal debit orders dnt count as spend AFAIK.
Did you withdraw any cash at an ATM?I went overseas lat month and got the FNB Global. I've been on 40% since forever, so assumed the 4% .
I've realized that being out the country means you're not swiping on your normal credit card - so I pretty much spend half of what I do in a month.
EDIT : Do you spend more on your FNB Cards, FNB Pay and Cash@till withdrawals than the amount of cash you withdraw at ATM's and FNB Branches during the month?
This is basically swiping more on my card, than drawing cash ?
Where do I get clarification on this?
I'm 80%-99% this month. I don't think I've ever been less than 100% and not sure why :/
Remember to make deposit / withdrawal to that account every few months to keep it active.Dropped a level on FNB Gold because I missed the requirements by 500 points. After checking the calculator it seems that I was not credited for having a linked FNBy account which is worth 1000 points.
I've used them before but can only confirm that you can use them in conjunction with in-store promos.Anyone used Le Creuset vouchers before? Can I load them to a gift card? Do they stack? Can I use them in conjunction with other promos in store?
I was hoping to get a bunch of 40% off vouchers with ebucks, then load them all onto a gift card and spend as individual items go on special each week.