I would like to upgrade to cheque account account, but the problem i had was the fact that the account number will also change. last time i went to the bank i was told that Standard bank was working on that and that soon when you change to cheque account your account number will not change. I was wondering if now at standard bank you are able to upgrade without having your account number changed.
Please be advised that you are able to upgrade your account and still keep your details. Please be advised that for this purpose, you will need to visit your nearest branch with your ID Booklet/Passport and Proof of Residence in order to be assisted with the upgrade.
Ive been thinking about how in the long term the EWC will play out and how I must think about how I must change my thinking on investemt into this country.
I dont want to have a knee jerk reaction and liquidate everything today and pile into USD equity for example. But I do want to hedge my bets long term and now seems like a good opportunity to do so.
My question to the readers here who probably also have investments is what is your thinking? Have you already taken investments out of SA...in part or everything? Im interested to see to what extent people are reacting to EWC in relation to their investments.
Im also wondering what the "smart money" is doing, im not that smart or clever I just want to protect what I have.
I will be interested to see what others are doing and thinking.
Mr Heystek is know for these views. I would hate to be lumped in with the paranoid and the reason is that people who are paranoid do not behave rationally. I would like to think that the majority
of people on this site are trying to be rational in their decisions. The reasons anyone anywhere in the WORLD invests outside their country of residence -ie where their liablities exist - is to access opportunities and to diversify. Clearly RSA is a midget economy in World terms - so it answers the question - diversify. Once you go down these Heystekian roads you
are likely to make decisions based on ...yes - the unknown! So my advice to myself is to recognise that uncertainty is par for the course. And a cursory glance at the SA market today tells you there are
some good value positions emerging. And that reflects in the holdings of leading SA fund managers. If you look at general investor behaviour when driven by fear- eg the early 2000's -ZAR and emerging market currency
collapses - what did people do? They hocked their mother in law to buy dollars - made lump sum transfers- and ended up looking like idiots. So if you diversify don't do a Woolies -buy good quality stocks with a margin of safety and good prices.
Resolved for those in need to change OTP from SMS to Email
I had the same problem, I have resolved within a short time after contacting Thulani Kiviet from standard bank complaint resolution center. you can find timely, kind and professional assistance. just drop an email with your detail at [email protected]
How do I link my credit card with the cheque card on moble banking app
Please be advised that you will need to visit your nearest branch or contact our customer care on 0860 123 000 in order to be assisted with linking your credit card to your current account currently linked on the mobile banking app. Once the cards have been linked, your credit card will automatically appear as a tile on the dashboard in the app.
My Credit Card account has been handed over almost 4 Years ago. I have made arrangements and have been paying more than the arranged amount every month without skipping any payments. My account is almost paid off now with about 3 payments left. Now all of a sudden my account has been handed over to a differnt agency, without any notification to me. And now I must have them harrasing me constantly again.
Is this fair to me as the customer. If I have not been making the payments as arranged I could understand.
I can understand your frustration on this. Could i kindly advise that you forward your account details, ID number, as well as your contact details to [email protected] with the subject line "credit card payment arrangement" so that our credit card support team can look into this issue for you. Alternatively, you may contact the team on 086 120 1000 for further assistance. Please accept our apologies for the level of service received with regards to this issue.
Tuesday i played powerball and won by three numbers. didnt get an sms telling of the winnings unlike on saturday when i received an sms and the winnings the same day, wednesday when i phoned the consultants were so rude they put me on hold for a long time it even transferred me to another consultant. i don't understand how this is supposed to be working.
Could I kindly advise that you forward your account details, ID number and contact details to [email protected] with the subject line "lotto" so that our service team can look into this matter for you.
I'm new to online trading and decided to buy a few shares in Aveng NPL, it was really cheap and i thought it would be a good and inexpensive way for me to learn how share trading works. A few days back I've received an Election NIL notice detailing shares for Take up value of 10c. Currently the share price is only 6c .
I've tried old faithful (Google) however i could not get an explaination showing me an example of what this means.
What does his mean?
Hoping someone would be so kind to help this newbie out?
In short, NPL shares gives you an option to buy the same amount of actual shares. In this case, if you have X amount of AEGN shares, you can then buy X amount of AEG shares at 10c.
Important to notice, NPL shares expires, and if you don't take up the offer, you loose out. In this case, you will need to sell the NPL shares before it expires.
AEGN expires on Tuesday 26 June (I think). Check AEG's SENS for clarification.
there is this campany that keeps placing Naedo debit orders on my account, they have been doing this for two months now and I have been successful in reversing them. But since I knew nothing about this company I looked them up and it's a scam. Is there anyway the bank can stop them from placing these debit order permanently?
Please be advised that a debit order can only be cancelled with the company that is debiting you. Banks do not have the authority to do so and this is the reason why contact must be made with the company debiting you to cancel the debit order. The Bank can however assist you with loading a stop payment for the debit order amount whilst you are in the process of cancelling the debit order. You may contact us on 0860 101 341 to request that an unauthorized debit order be reversed but this needs to be done within 45 days of the debit order date.
Please be advised that an instant money voucher and pin are valid for 3 years from the date of the first creation. Kindly refer to point 8 of the terms and conditions making use of the following link: https://www.standardbank.co.za/standimg/South%20Africa/PDF/Terms%20and%20Conditions/Beyond%20Payment...