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  Reply # 700949 14-Oct-2012 12:51 Send private message

Westpac all the way.

They answer your call within 15 sec.





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  Reply # 700963 14-Oct-2012 13:33 Send private message

nakedmolerat: Westpac all the way.

They answer your call within 15 sec.


Who actually needs to call a bank these days? I haven't called one for ages due to online banking and bank mail.

TSB is the best for calling a bank. as it is answered by a real person in NZ, and not by a machine that gives you options.

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  Reply # 701117 14-Oct-2012 20:28 Send private message

Bank mail - up to 2 working days for reply

Phone call - instant response, can be done when driving back from work

I dont care where the call centre is as long as the job is done.





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