Latitude Mastercard

Latitude Mastercard

Card features
balance transfer
purchase rate
annual fee
Latitude Mastercard
Up to 55 days on purchases interest free on anything.
Choose a credit limit to suit your lifestyle.
Accepted at over 28 million locations worldwide.
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24.5% p.a.

Pros & cons

What's good?

What's not so good?

Up to 55 days on purchases interest free on anything.
Choose a credit limit to suit your lifestyle.
Accepted at over 28 million locations worldwide.
Eligible for use with Apple Pay.
A purchase rate of 24.5% p.a.
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User reviews

3.4 out of 5.0 based on 2 reviews50% of reviewers would recommend this card

Rates and fees
Customer service

Reviews from users

High interest, hidden charges

Reviewed and not recommended by Geoffrey on 20 Sep 2016

I have this credit card because they were the only institution that would approve me.

I find the interest rates very high and there a lot of hidden charges and fees. I pay more than the minimum payment each month and still can’t seem to get ahead.

If I could get approved by another bank I would transfer my balance in an instant, as long as the new provider had a better deal with some rewards. My current provider has no rewards program and I have been with them for over nine years.

My experience with GE Money MasterCard

Reviewed and recommended by Anon on 10 Jul 2013

Went in to a GE money office to pay my card off. They don’t take cash! Very annoyed and disappointed. I have a credit card with another bank and I use it to pay all my bills. It offers BPAY. I tried to BPAY my GE MasterCard account as per the GE statement. They wouldn’t accept a payment from a credit card account with a BPAY option. I don’t believe that they have the right to know or see what type of account I am making the payment from and when queried they did not provide me with an answer. So apart from their very limited payment options and poor customer service I am otherwise happy with the GE Money MasterCard and it’s rewards.

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The basics

About this card

Card setup
Card tier
Card type
Card use
Credit rating
Gambling transactions allowed
Joint application
Minimum age
18 years old
Minimum income
Minimum income for pensioners
Same as standard
Rewards program
Temporary residents


Additional cardholders
Additional card fee
$0 p.a.

Credit limits

Minimum credit limit
Maximum credit limit


Interest charged from
Purchase Date
Interest free period
Up to 55 days on purchases
Minimum repayment

Rates & fees

Ongoing interest rates

Cash advances 2.04% 24.5% p.a.
Purchases 2.04% 24.5% p.a.


Annual fee
$69 p.a.
Cash advance fee
whichever is greater $1.95 or 3%
Dishonour fee
Duplicate statement fee
Foreign exchange fee
Late payment fee
Over limit fee
Overseas ATM balance fee
Overseas ATM withdrawal fee
Overseas emergency card replacement fee
Transaction verification fee

Minimum criteria for this card

What you need before applying

Be over 18 years old
You are a resident or citizen of Australia
You have your personal details ready to complete the online application
Have not applied for multiple credit cards recently
Joint applications are allowed
Age Pension, Disability Pension, Overseas Pension, Veteran's Pension and Widower's Pension are acceptable.
Carer's Allowance, Child Support Payments, Family Tax Benefits and Parenting Payments and Foster Care Allowance are acceptable.
Austudy and Youth Allowance are not acceptable.
Disclaimer: The minimum criteria are intended only to be a guide. Your application may still be rejected by the bank even if you can answer 'Yes' to all the minimum criteria. The final decision regarding your application is up to the bank.

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