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Old 03-30-2016, 12:20 PM
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Can you do it through your bank? Transferring online for me only cost 9.50, is there an Australian equivalent through your current account? When I was in Canada there was also a way to transfer straight from my bank account to a visa card internationally; which was useful as my debit card at home was a visa! Definitely worth looking into!
I didn't even think to check with my bank! Thanks!


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Thanks for the reply!
So the these companies usually charge a flat-rate fee? I was under the impression that they would charge a percentage of what you are transferring, which worried me due to the amount I want to transfer. But if it'll only cost like $20 then I'm more than happy to pay that.
It's definitely a flat rate fee with those companies I listed, although I can't remember how much.

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Old 03-31-2016, 11:18 AM
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No one asked to see my bank account when I arrived on my WHV. I just walked straight through immigration.


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It's definitely a flat rate fee with those companies I listed, although I can't remember how much.

Good luck!
Thanks so much!


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No one asked to see my bank account when I arrived on my WHV. I just walked straight through immigration.
Yeah that's what we're hoping will happen but we just wanted to make 100% sure.


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