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piopio Davao CityTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
edited June 2012 in Family Matters Posts: 8
hi, for those who have worked in SG before moving to OZ, just wondering how did you transfer/bring your savings to oz since wla pang bank acct opened. thanks po!
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  • hotshothotshot SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 4Member
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    i'm from SG too....sana may makapag-share ng experiences dito. :)
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  • piopio Davao CityTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    Aolee replied in the chat forum kaso di nko mkapost ulit. she suggested to use demand draft. safe po ba ito? pano kung mawala po yun? sabay close n rin po ba ito ng SG bank acct? sana po may mkapagshare pa ng input. salamat po ulit!
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  • stolich18stolich18 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 30Member
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    ^ hi pio! Trivia lang, si aolee po is a guy :D
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  • KTPKTP SingaporeTotal Reaction Points: 5Member
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    Hello po.. Ung friend ko po what he did is he opened an AU account online. (eto po ata ung ginamit nya... http://movingtoaustralia.westpac.com.au/?cmp=conmigb&chan=paidsearch&chtype=ppc&seg=Google&pkwd=australia bank account ... veverify ko po ulit ha) Then he transferred his money to that bank in AU while he was still here in SG. I think sa DBS na sha nagpatransfer ng money nya. Since he was not sure den at that time, konti lang ung nitransfer nyang money to AU. Wala naman shang naging problema when he got to AU.

    Another thing naman po (which I still have to check), meron po akong nabasa sa Citibank na pede ka ATA magtransfer ng funds citi to citi free of charge. http://www.citibank.com.sg/gcb/personal_banking/personal_banking.htm#tabs

    Global Citizen
    Free instant funds transfer worldwide

    Let your money go places, free. Instant online fund transfers with a maximum daily outgoing limit of S$50,000^ to other Citibank account via Citibank Global Transfer.
    ^Depending on the rules and regulations of the country where the account is located, certain currency / account type may not be eligible and/or a lower transfer limit may apply. Countries with lower CGT limits: Bahrain, Belgium, Columbia, Egypt, Targobank (Germany), Greece, India, Indonesia, Japan, Korea, Spain, Thailand, United Arab Emirates.
    For full list of participating countries, please click here.

    Citibank global view of accounts

    Keeping track of multiple Citibank banking relationships across borders is now easier with our global view of accounts. You can see a full overview of all your account balances with Citibank from any participating country on a single page simply and securely. Participating countries include Australia, China, Guam, Hong Kong, Indonesia, IPB Singapore , Malaysia, Non Resident Indians (NRI), Philippines, Thailand, Taiwan, United Arab Emirates, United Kingdom, United States of America and Vietnam.

    Hindi ko po alam kung ok ba ung exchange rates at kung eligible ba tayo. So i still have to check sa citi.
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  • piopio Davao CityTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    hi stolich18, thanks for clarifying. sorry po Aolee..
    hi KTP, thanks s info..

    any more info would be greatly appreciated. anyone who has tried using cheque? pashare nlng po. thanks.
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  • aoleeaolee SingaporeTotal Reaction Points: 9Member, Administrator, Moderator
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    heheh ayos lang. yes my friend who migrated to OZ did that. nag demand draft cya then sa OZ pinapalit. ang draw back lang like any other remittance center. pag mababa ang palita lugi tayo. :) or maganda rin ung suggestion ni KTP.
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  • piopio Davao CityTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    thanks Aolee! parang nakakatakot kasi mgtransfer ng money ng hindi talaga sure kung wlang magiging issue s withdrawal pagdating dun. mas ok n cguro yung demand draft then rest in cash. salamat po ulit!
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  • KTPKTP SingaporeTotal Reaction Points: 5Member
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    Reply to @pio: ung mangyayare po is to open a bank account sa au while you are still here in sg. ganun po ung ginawa ng friend ko at wala sha naging problem.
    “We can make our own plans, but the Lord gives the right answer. – Proverbs 16:1”
    Occupation: 261111 (ICT Business Analyst)
    Apr 29, 2012 - Lodged 175 Online Application
    June 4, 2012 - CO Allocation. CO requested Medical and Police Clearance
    June 30, 2012 - Medical finalized
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  • TinaRTinaR BraddonTotal Reaction Points: 3De-activated
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    Open a multi currency account either in HSBC or Citibank that's the easiest way. Once you're here your SG atm is still accessible and you can withdraw AUD. Actually as long as your Atm has a mastercard or visa logo it doesn't matter. Kahit bpi or metrobank cards ng pinas it will convert to AUD. Then once here you may open anywhere in local banks.

    HSBC is well known all over the world stronger than Citibank.
    "One should be pragmatic when it comes to realities in life."
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 261Member, Moderator
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    I tried checking once with the ANZ branch in Raffles Place - they said they can be able to assist in letting you open your account with an ANZ Branch in Australia. You can be able to transfer some money there. The thing here is that you cannot be able to access this easily (meaning you cannot withdraw from this account or place it in a higher yielding time deposit) until you present yourself physically to an ANZ Branch in Australia eventually.

    If you are already sure of your move to AU - I think the above is a good option. Otherwise, baka hassle if di ka sure and you already transferred your money. For sure you can get your money back in the event that you will no longer migrate to Oz but it will be tedious and I dunno the process at this point. eheheh!! :)

    This might also be available to HSBC as well and Citi...



    Another option is to just withdraw money every now and then in your HSBC, Citi or ANZ acct as chances are they do not charge any fee for doing an overseas withdrawal as long as it is done in the same bank (i.e. Citibank a/c withdraw in Citibank Melbourne ATM) - the only problem I can see here is that they usually charge around 2 - 3% fx conversion levy for such withdrawal. :)
    Primary Applicant: Wife
    Accountant (General): 221111

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    12 Jun 2013 - wife started work
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  • jaerojaero SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 8Member
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    @KTP kilala ko ba itong friend mo? hehehehe pwede mo naman ako iquote :p

    westpac inopen ko online while nasa sg pa. after 3 days tumawag ang customer service, vinerify lang ang mga nilagay ko sa online application. after verification binigay lang nya ang customer account number and temporary pin para maaccess ko na online ung accounts. at this time, you can only do deposits. disadvantage ng option na to is mawiwithdraw mo lang yung pera once naverify na nila ang personal information (personal appearance, passport at visa) pagdating mo sa australia. worst case, kung di ka tutuloy sa AU, kailngan mo pumunta sa AU personally as tourist para withdrawin ang pera.

    kagandahan nitong online application, waive yung monthly service fee for 12 months kahit walang minimum deposit (which is really not an advantage since may ibang banks na waived na talaga ang service fee) and you can choose when to do the deposit kung kailan mataas ang exchange rates sg - aus. may basic service charge ang dbs / ocbc / posb (and variable rate for every x dollars) for every wire transfer, so better do the transfer only once para di sayang bayad.

    another option is to request for an international bank draft. same as above, may corresponding fee din ito pag nagrequest sa bangko. you are required to have a bank account bago mo madeposit ung draft sa australian bank na napili mo. it will take at least 4 banking days bago ito maging available.

    another option is to bring all your cash personally though i'm not recommending this :D advantage ng cash is pwede ka makipag negotiate sa money changer kung malaki ang iyong papapalit, at mas mataas nang konti ang palitan compared sa bank draft / wire transfer.
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  • LokiJrLokiJr Quezon CityTotal Reaction Points: 24Member, Moderator
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    may disadvantage po ba kung magstay na lang sa local bank? Parang nabasa ko puwede ka naman magwithdraw ng funds kahit hindi mo itransfer funds mo



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  • jaerojaero SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 8Member
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    @LokiJr kung walang transaction fee every withdrawal then i guess ok lang naman to.. disadvantage is kapag maliit ang daily limit ng local bank mo then may transaction fee for every withdrawal, lugi ka na sa conversion rate lugi ka pa sa fees. this is kung multiple transactions ang mangyayari :)
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 261Member, Moderator
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    may disadvantage po ba kung magstay na lang sa local bank? Parang nabasa ko puwede ka naman magwithdraw ng funds kahit hindi mo itransfer funds mo
    @LokiJr - boss, sa experience ko (withdrawing from Citibank whilst on vacation) mejo mas malaki ang "hidden FX" charges nito at around 2-3% versus the market rate for the day.

    Although you will not see any deduction but you will see it when you convert to get the fx rate...

    Another option would be to check the remittance rates sa Lucky Plaza - of course this will only be an option if you can manage to open an account in Oz prior to the move.
    Primary Applicant: Wife
    Accountant (General): 221111

    04 Aug 2012 - IELTS (Academic Module)
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    17 Aug 2012 - IELTS Results (L: 8.5 R: 8.5 W: 7.0 S: 7.5 OBS: 8.0)
    24 Aug 2012 - CPAA Submitted (docs mailed same day via SG EMS)
    25 Sep 2012 - Received +Skills Assessment from CPAA
    25 Sep 2012 - Lodged EOI Application with 70pts
    30 Sep 2012 - Invited by DIAC to apply for 189 Visa
    01 Oct 2012 - Submitted 189 Visa Application
    20 Oct 2012 - Medical Examinations
    23 Oct 2012 - CO Assigned; Team 7 - SA
    05 Nov 2012 - Submitted SG PCC and NBI Clearance
    06 Nov 2012 - Visa Granted (IED: 23/10/2013)
    03 Apr 2013 - Flight to MEL
    03 Jun 2013 - started work
    12 Jun 2013 - wife started work
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  • LokiJrLokiJr Quezon CityTotal Reaction Points: 24Member, Moderator
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    Salamat sa sagot @jaero at @psychoboy....may punto nga naman kayo hehe..

    Nagcheck ako kanina sa BPI kung paano charges nila kung gamitin mo account sa Australia grabe nga yung conversion rate nila, unfavorable na nga at may bank charges pa :(



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  • TinaRTinaR BraddonTotal Reaction Points: 3De-activated
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    2 ways:

    WIRE TRANSFER - ask your bank how much and what are their requirements...

    OPEN A MULTI CURRENCY ACCOUNT - go and ask HSBC or Citibank how....

    or just check your ATM card or bank card, visit or call your SG bank and ask them if you can withdraw monies in your ATM card if you will travel overseas and how much is the charge. Tell them how much is the daily maximum withdrawal you prefer...

    BEST ANSWER..send it to me hahaha joke... :))
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  • diane16diane16 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    Ngwork ako sa SG for 2 years and kakamigrate lng nmen ng hubby ko dto sa OZ last Aug 2012. Sa SG pa lng ngopen na kme ng account sa westpac through online banking. Ang kagandahan nito, walang charges ang pg-open ng account and no deposits needed. Mgfifill up ka lng ng forms online then after ilang days, my account ka na sa kanila.

    Para makatipid sa bank transfer fees, bitbit namen in cash ung allowable amount pagpasok mo dto sa OZ. Then the rest, finund transfer ko na lng from DBS to Westpac. My option den na iwithdraw mo na lng through ATM dto basta my maestro/cirrus logo ung singapore atm mo. SGD 5 ang charge per withdrawal so imaximize mo na lng ung pagwithdraw mo dto ng cash. Good luck!
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 261Member, Moderator
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    Ngwork ako sa SG for 2 years and kakamigrate lng nmen ng hubby ko dto sa OZ last Aug 2012. Sa SG pa lng ngopen na kme ng account sa westpac through online banking. Ang kagandahan nito, walang charges ang pg-open ng account and no deposits needed. Mgfifill up ka lng ng forms online then after ilang days, my account ka na sa kanila.

    Para makatipid sa bank transfer fees, bitbit namen in cash ung allowable amount pagpasok mo dto sa OZ. Then the rest, finund transfer ko na lng from DBS to Westpac. My option den na iwithdraw mo na lng through ATM dto basta my maestro/cirrus logo ung singapore atm mo. SGD 5 ang charge per withdrawal so imaximize mo na lng ung pagwithdraw mo dto ng cash. Good luck!
    Hi @diane16 - how much did DBS charge you for the wire transfer? Sa Citibank kasi I saw that apart from the SGD30 flat fee there is another fee of 1/8% of your transfer amount.

    Saan kayo sa Australia? How is it so far? Sorry out of topic! Ehehehe...
    Primary Applicant: Wife
    Accountant (General): 221111

    04 Aug 2012 - IELTS (Academic Module)
    07 Aug 2012 - IELTS (Academic Module) Speaking Part
    17 Aug 2012 - IELTS Results (L: 8.5 R: 8.5 W: 7.0 S: 7.5 OBS: 8.0)
    24 Aug 2012 - CPAA Submitted (docs mailed same day via SG EMS)
    25 Sep 2012 - Received +Skills Assessment from CPAA
    25 Sep 2012 - Lodged EOI Application with 70pts
    30 Sep 2012 - Invited by DIAC to apply for 189 Visa
    01 Oct 2012 - Submitted 189 Visa Application
    20 Oct 2012 - Medical Examinations
    23 Oct 2012 - CO Assigned; Team 7 - SA
    05 Nov 2012 - Submitted SG PCC and NBI Clearance
    06 Nov 2012 - Visa Granted (IED: 23/10/2013)
    03 Apr 2013 - Flight to MEL
    03 Jun 2013 - started work
    12 Jun 2013 - wife started work
    15 Jun 2016 - applied for citizenship
    29 Jul 2016 - citizenship examination
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  • diane16diane16 SydneyTotal Reaction Points: 0Member
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    Hi @psychoboy That time (August-Sept 2012), ngkaron ng promotion ang dbs/posb for overseas fund transfer. Free of charge ung fund transfer kahit mgkanong amount. Wala nmang naging problema nung ngtranfer ako. Unfortunately, tapos na ung promo ngyon.

    You can check dbs/posb website for the charges. Ito ung website http://www.dbs.com.sg/personal/payments/overseas-funds-transfers/outward-telegraphic-transfers/servicecharges/default.page?

    Sa pagkakaintindi ko, mas ok ung dbs (than citibank) dahil wala ng additional fee of 1/8% of your transfer amount tulad ng nabanggit mo.

    Good luck!
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  • TasBurrfootTasBurrfoot OsakaTotal Reaction Points: 261Member, Moderator
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    Hi @psychoboy That time (August-Sept 2012), ngkaron ng promotion ang dbs/posb for overseas fund transfer. Free of charge ung fund transfer kahit mgkanong amount. Wala nmang naging problema nung ngtranfer ako. Unfortunately, tapos na ung promo ngyon.

    You can check dbs/posb website for the charges. Ito ung website http://www.dbs.com.sg/personal/payments/overseas-funds-transfers/outward-telegraphic-transfers/servicecharges/default.page?

    Sa pagkakaintindi ko, mas ok ung dbs (than citibank) dahil wala ng additional fee of 1/8% of your transfer amount tulad ng nabanggit mo.

    Good luck!
    Ok! noted... :)
    Primary Applicant: Wife
    Accountant (General): 221111

    04 Aug 2012 - IELTS (Academic Module)
    07 Aug 2012 - IELTS (Academic Module) Speaking Part
    17 Aug 2012 - IELTS Results (L: 8.5 R: 8.5 W: 7.0 S: 7.5 OBS: 8.0)
    24 Aug 2012 - CPAA Submitted (docs mailed same day via SG EMS)
    25 Sep 2012 - Received +Skills Assessment from CPAA
    25 Sep 2012 - Lodged EOI Application with 70pts
    30 Sep 2012 - Invited by DIAC to apply for 189 Visa
    01 Oct 2012 - Submitted 189 Visa Application
    20 Oct 2012 - Medical Examinations
    23 Oct 2012 - CO Assigned; Team 7 - SA
    05 Nov 2012 - Submitted SG PCC and NBI Clearance
    06 Nov 2012 - Visa Granted (IED: 23/10/2013)
    03 Apr 2013 - Flight to MEL
    03 Jun 2013 - started work
    12 Jun 2013 - wife started work
    15 Jun 2016 - applied for citizenship
    29 Jul 2016 - citizenship examination
    20 Oct 2016 - Aussie, Aussie, Aussie Oi Oi Oi!!
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