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Foreign Currency Accounts terms and conditions:
Find out what information you need to provide to become a Westpac customer.
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* Open a new Business One Low Plan account online between 7 June and 6 August 2021 to have monthly plan fees waived for the first 12 months. At the end of the 12-month period the standard monthly plan fee (currently $10) will apply. Other fees and charges, terms and conditions apply to the Business One Low Plan. This offer may be repeated from time to time, withdrawn, varied or extended at any time.
To be eligible to apply for Business One - Low Plan, Business One - High Plan or Business Flexi, your business must be registered in Australia.
A Foreign Currency Account should not be used to speculate on foreign currencies or to conduct frequent trading of foreign currencies. A Foreign Currency Account is not an account to assist with travel needs. It cannot be linked to a Travel Money card and you cannot access your Foreign Currency Account through an ATM, either within Australia or overseas. You cannot withdraw or deposit foreign notes or coins into a Foreign Currency Account. Deposits held in Foreign Currency Accounts are not covered by the Australian Government’s Financial Claims Scheme.
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