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post Oct 23 2010, 01:00 AM


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- Interbank Funds Transfers > normal IBG (online)
- Interbank Funds Transfers > instant IBG [participated banks only] (online)
- Interbank Funds Transfers (Automated Teller Machine - ATM)

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Interbank Funds Transfers (normal IBG - ONLINE)
The fee is charged at a flat rate of RM0.10 only for every transfer
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Interbank Funds Transfers (instant IBG - ONLINE)
The fee is charged at a flat rate of RM2 only for every transfer and money is credited into the receiving bank account instantly.

The participating banks are :
**a complete list of participating banks to be added later
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Interbank Funds Transfers (Automated Teller Machine - ATM)
The fee is charged at a flat rate of RM1 only for every transfer and money is credited into the receiving bank account instantly.

The participating banks are :
    * Agrobank
    * Alliance Bank
    * AmBank
    * Bank Rakyat
    * Bank Simpanan Nasional
    * CIMB Bank
    * EON Bank
    * Hong Leong Bank
    * Maybank
    * Public Bank
    * RHB Bank



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**Fees and Charges for local IBG prior to 2nd May 2013

Interbank Funds Transfers (online)

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MAYBANK / MAYBANK ISLAMIC

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM2/transfer


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CIMB BANK / CIMB ISLAMIC

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM1/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM1/transfer

**for transfers done through instant transfer, RM2 will be charged for each transfer regardless of your account type


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PUBLIC BANK / PUBLIC ISLAMIC BANK

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM2/transfer


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RHB BANK / RHB ISLAMIC BANK

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM1.50/transfer via online, RM2/transfer if it is done over the counter


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AMBANK / AMISLAMIC BANK

-- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- AmStar Extreme > 5 free online funds transfers, RM2/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM2/transfer


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HONG LEONG BANK / HONG LEONG ISLAMIC BANK

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM1/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM1/transfer (**both normal MEPS IBG or Pay+)


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EON BANK / EONCAP ISLAMIC BANK

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM2/transfer

**for funds transfers using "transfer now" through EON Bank online, you'll be charged RM2/transfer


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AFFIN BANK / AFFIN ISLAMIC BANK

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM2/transfer


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ALLIANCE BANK / ALLIANCE ISLAMIC BANK

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM1/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM1/transfer


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HSBC / HSBC AMANAH

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- Premier > unlimited fee-free online funds transfers

- Advance > unlimited fee-free online funds transfers

- All other account types > RM2/transfer


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OCBC / OCBC AL-AMIN

- Basic Savings Account, Basic Current Account, Basic Savings Account-i & Basic Current Account-i > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- iQ Basic > 5 free funds transfers every month, RM2/transfer thereafter

- iQ Elite > unlimited fee-free online funds transfers

- All other account types > RM2/transfer


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STANDARD CHARTERED / STANDARD CHARTERED SAADIQ

- JustOne Current Account > unlimited fee-free online and ATM funds transfers provided you make a deposit of at least RM1,500 in a single transaction into your JustOne Current Account once a month. You also need to have an average balance of no less than RM1,000 between Jan-Jun & Jul-Dec or you'll be hit with RM10 account maintenance fee which will be automatically deducted from your account every half year.

- All account types > RM0.50/transfer


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UOB BANK

- Basic Savings Account & Basic Current Account > RM0.50/transfer for the first 2 IBG every month, RM1/transfer thereafter

- eAcccount > 2 free funds transfers every month, RM0.80/transfer thereafter

- All other account types > RM1/transfer


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CITIBANK

- All account types > RM0.50/transfer


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Bank Mualamat

- All account types > RM1.50/transfer
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post Oct 23 2010, 01:30 AM


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I suggest to add Interbank Giro (IBG) to the title when users search for word giro or ibg
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post Oct 23 2010, 01:39 AM


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QUOTE(ronnie @ Oct 23 2010, 01:30 AM)
I suggest to add Interbank Giro (IBG) to the title when users search for word giro or ibg
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post Oct 23 2010, 01:41 AM


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It's so kind of you, Miles.
When will this thread be pinned?
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post Oct 23 2010, 01:43 AM


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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Oct 23 2010, 01:39 AM)
Done
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My suggestion was to make the title "Interbank Funds Transfer/Interbank Giro (IBG)"
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QUOTE(chemistry @ Oct 23 2010, 01:41 AM)
It's so kind of you, Miles.
No problem smile.gif


QUOTE(ronnie @ Oct 23 2010, 01:43 AM)
My suggestion was to make the title "Interbank Funds Transfer/Interbank Giro (IBG)"
I figured it is unnecessary as it will just make the title too long and crowded. Besides, just type in "giro" or "ibg" in the search box, this thread will turn up in the search results still.


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post Oct 23 2010, 08:12 PM


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Should have pinned this topic. I've seen several topics regarding IBG for past months.
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post Oct 23 2010, 08:19 PM


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Hello,

I know this sounds stupid, but can i know if i can transfer $ from Bank islam(my account) to Maybank(seller)?

Thanks
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internet bankin or ATM?
if internet sure can..but take 2-3 days..
if ATM cnnot
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post Oct 23 2010, 08:31 PM


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QUOTE(syamirc @ Oct 23 2010, 08:28 PM)
internet bankin or ATM?
if internet sure can..but take 2-3 days..
if ATM cnnot
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ATM...even if i have an account in bank islam also cannot?

Thanks..
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post Oct 23 2010, 09:38 PM


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So kinf of TS to solicit and consolidate all this useful information for us. rclxms.gif rclxms.gif
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QUOTE(ckk125 @ Oct 23 2010, 08:19 PM)
Hello,

I know this sounds stupid, but can i know if i can transfer $ from Bank islam(my account) to Maybank(seller)?

Thanks
You can do this over the counter at any Bank Islam branch or via your Bank Islam internet banking portal. For Basic Savings Account or Basic Current Account, the charge is RM0.50 only for all transfers regardless how many times you do it. Not sure about the regular savings/current account but most likely it is RM2/transfer. I can't find this information online.

By the way, i have not added the Interbank GIRO charges information for banks such as Bank Islam, Bank Rakyat, AGRO Bank, BSN, Bank Mualamat etc as i am not sure how much exactly they charge for each interbank funds transfers. If any of you know this, i'll appreciate if you can provide this information so i can update the first post.


QUOTE(ckk125 @ Oct 23 2010, 08:31 PM)
ATM...even if i have an account in bank islam also cannot?

Thanks..
Can't comment on Bank Islam but for many other local banks, you can perform an instant funds transfer to other bank account and you will be charged RM1 per transfer. The supported banks are very limited though.


QUOTE(ekestima @ Oct 23 2010, 09:38 PM)
So kinf of TS to solicit and consolidate all this useful information for us.  rclxms.gif  rclxms.gif
Glad you find this thread informative. It was Mr.Gen-X's idea to set up this thread smile.gif

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post Oct 24 2010, 01:28 PM


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MilesAndMore,
i think should add another method of IBG besides otc & online.
Which is ATM IBG, transfer fee RM1.
e.g.
a) RHB transfer to Maybank at RHB ATM
b) RHB transfer to Maybank at Maybank ATM

Participating bank:
* Agrobank
* Alliance Bank
* AmBank
* Bank Rakyat
* Bank Simpanan Nasional
* CIMB Bank
* EON Bank
* Hong Leong Bank
* Maybank
* Public Bank
* RHB Bank
http://www.meps.com.my/faq/default.asp




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QUOTE(SeanChang @ Oct 24 2010, 01:28 PM)
MilesAndMore,
i think should add another method of IBG besides otc & online.
Which is ATM IBG, transfer fee RM1.
Done smile.gif

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post Nov 1 2010, 01:28 PM


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guys
if maybank transfer to citibank for credit card payment, how much maybank will charge???rm2 for everytime?
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QUOTE(LOOOOOOL @ Nov 1 2010, 01:28 PM)
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if maybank transfer to citibank for credit card payment, how much maybank will charge???rm2 for everytime?
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Yes... RM2.
Unless you open a Maybank Basic Savings Account(BSA) which entitles you to 2 IBG transactions at RM0.50 each. But then you need to open a new M2U logon based on the BSA
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how to know my m2u is BSA?
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QUOTE(JamesPond @ Nov 17 2010, 12:05 PM)
how to know my m2u is BSA?
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You may call to CS to determine what kind of saving account you have. Otherwise, M2U could be able to display such information.
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QUOTE(JamesPond @ Nov 17 2010, 12:05 PM)
how to know my m2u is BSA?
If it's a regular savings account, if should be listed as SA in your M2U. If it is a Basic Savings Account, it should be listed as BSA.

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QUOTE(JamesPond @ Nov 17 2010, 12:05 PM)
how to know my m2u is BSA?
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Here's how it looks like on M2U
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Cheapest is StanChart & Citibank Rm0.50... i'm using StandChart too rclxm9.gif
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If a particular IBG transaction has failed due to incorrect/incomplete Beneficary Name, would the banks charged additional failure fee ?
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QUOTE(ronnie @ Nov 18 2010, 08:55 AM)
If a particular IBG transaction has failed due to incorrect/incomplete Beneficary Name, would the banks charged additional failure fee ?
You'll just loss the IBG fee that's been deducted from your account.

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Anyone know which bank giving free IGB?

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QUOTE(JamesPond @ Nov 18 2010, 01:33 PM)
Anyone know which bank giving free IGB?
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Read the first topic lah !!! It's IBG, not IGB (Menara IGB ??) shakehead.gif
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CIMB Clicks offer instant transfer for IBG. The charges seem reasonable for those who are urgent to get money transfer instantly.

http://www.cimbclicks.com.my/service_fundtransfer.htm
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hi, i am interested to get a BASIC SAVING ACCOUNT. wil hav any difficulty to open this? cos i heard tat some bank will not allow customer to open this account?
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QUOTE(alexlean @ Jan 22 2011, 10:31 AM)
hi, i am interested to get a BASIC SAVING ACCOUNT. wil hav any difficulty to open this? cos i heard tat some bank will not allow customer to open this account?
Nope. No difficulty to open this account at all. I had a few, as a matter of fact.

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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Oct 23 2010, 10:51 PM)
i have not added the Interbank GIRO charges information for banks such as Bank Islam, Bank Rakyat, AGRO Bank, BSN, Bank Mualamat etc as i am not sure how much exactly they charge for each interbank funds transfers. If any of you know this, i'll appreciate if you can provide this information so i can update the first post.
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Bank Muamalat can IBG online, RM1.50/transfer.

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QUOTE(erry- @ Jan 22 2011, 11:07 AM)
Bank Muamalat can IBG online, RM1.50/transfer.
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QUOTE(alexlean @ Jan 22 2011, 02:31 AM)
hi, i am interested to get a BASIC SAVING ACCOUNT. wil hav any difficulty to open this? cos i heard tat some bank will not allow customer to open this account?
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It is true tat sum bank really not allow ppl to create BASIC SAVING ACCOUNT?? Lol..impossible rite? blink.gif blink.gif

Mayb tat bank dun need money to operate tongue.gif
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QUOTE(koh_424 @ Jan 22 2011, 01:24 PM)
It is true tat sum bank really not allow ppl to create BASIC SAVING ACCOUNT?? Lol..impossible rite? blink.gif  blink.gif

Mayb tat bank dun need money to operate  tongue.gif
No. It is not impossible. For example, i was once denied to open a Basic Savings Account at Alliance Bank before. Instead, they insisted that i open other types of savings account such as their regular savings account or the Hybrid account. Citibank is yet another bank that doesn't simply allow people to open a Basic Savings Account with them.

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The denied applicant may want to bring the case to the attention of BNM, if the bank has breached any Act (Akta).
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Guys..
If i want to make loan repayment to Al Rajhi by transferring from Maybank Saving account, how much would it charge?
Tried searching on Al Rajhi but cant seems to find it.

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QUOTE(shado @ Mar 23 2011, 08:41 AM)
Guys..
If i want to make loan repayment to Al Rajhi by transferring from Maybank Saving account, how much would it charge?
Tried searching on Al Rajhi but cant seems to find it.

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You should be looking at Maybanks' website
http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...al/ACC-Accounts

They can't transfer to Al-Rajhi
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QUOTE(ronnie @ Mar 23 2011, 08:43 AM)
You should be looking at Maybanks' website
http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...al/ACC-Accounts

They can't transfer to Al-Rajhi
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Now that you mentioned it.. sad.gif I thought all banks are linked...sigh..I need to travel so far to the bank.. doh.gif

Ronnie, thanks for the info thumbup.gif
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QUOTE(shado @ Mar 23 2011, 08:55 AM)
Now that you mentioned it..  sad.gif  I thought all banks are linked...sigh..I need to travel so far to the bank..  doh.gif

Ronnie, thanks for the info  thumbup.gif
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Choosing housing loan also need to check ease of payment of monthly... Move to Puchong which have all banks (except KFH) within a stone's throw away from each other.
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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Jan 22 2011, 02:11 PM)
No. It is not impossible. For example, i was once denied to open a Basic Savings Account at Alliance Bank before. Instead, they insisted that i open other types of savings account such as their regular savings account or the Hybrid account. Citibank is yet another bank that doesn't simply allow people to open a Basic Savings Account with them.
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I have 3 basic accounts and yet to face any issue from bank who don't "encourage" me to get basic account. All the time, i just insisted to get basic account otherwise i will just walk away and inform Bank Negara Malaysia. The bank should allow customer to choose what type of account they want, as long as we meet the requirements.
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what's the difference between a basic savings account and a regular savings account? i have a few saving accounts with different banks. the only difference i noticed so far between these banks is the initial amount of deposit. public bank around rm250, cimb rm50...
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QUOTE(samcc @ May 23 2011, 11:39 PM)
what's the difference between a basic savings account and a regular savings account? i have a few saving accounts with different banks. the only difference i noticed so far between these banks is the initial amount of deposit. public bank around rm250, cimb rm50...
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Basic Savings Accounts is a BNM requirement for all banks in Malaysia.
Basic Savings Accounts can be open with RM20 only.
First 2 IBG cost 50sen.

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QUOTE(ronnie @ May 23 2011, 11:50 PM)
Basic Savings Accounts is a BNM requirement for all banks in Malaysia.
Basic Savings Accounts can be open with RM20 only.
First 2 IBG cost 50sen.
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i do IBG from maybank to citibank every month
but they still charge me RM2 instead of 50 cents even for the first time
does the from account type i.e. the bank account you are transffering from (savings/current) make any difference?

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QUOTE(amalthea @ May 24 2011, 01:27 PM)
i do IBG from maybank to citibank every month
but they still charge me RM2 instead of 50 cents even for the first time
does the from account type i.e. the bank account you are transffering from (savings/current) make any difference?
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when u log in to m2u, click on Account & check your account type

Basic saving/current have the same benefit of RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd IBG every month
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QUOTE(amalthea @ May 24 2011, 12:27 PM)
i do IBG from maybank to citibank every month
but they still charge me RM2 instead of 50 cents even for the first time
does the from account type i.e. the bank account you are transffering from (savings/current) make any difference?
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The type of source account is important...
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Is it true it is RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd IBG every month ? I'm also paying RM2 per transaction. Can't find any info stating MBB charge RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd time....
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RHB having problem with IBG thru service counter. They will charge RM2, unless you complaint them. They will need manually charge RM0.50


Added on May 25, 2011, 8:59 amBtw, recently i found out that from Citibank transfer (before cut off time) to Maybank it takes 2 days to see the amount.

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QUOTE(yourmagiccloset @ May 24 2011, 05:06 PM)
Is it true it is RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd IBG every month ? I'm also paying RM2 per transaction. Can't find any info stating MBB charge RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd time....
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this is true.... even HSBC also offer this basic account. i think the question is " are you really having a basic saving/current account?". you can find out the answer from the bank.
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QUOTE(yourmagiccloset @ May 24 2011, 06:06 PM)
Is it true it is RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd IBG every month ? I'm also paying RM2 per transaction. Can't find any info stating MBB charge RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd time....
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it's on Bank Negara Statement
http://www.bnm.gov.my/index.php?ch=8&pg=14&ac=964
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QUOTE(amalthea @ May 24 2011, 12:27 PM)
i do IBG from maybank to citibank every month
but they still charge me RM2 instead of 50 cents even for the first time
does the from account type i.e. the bank account you are transffering from (savings/current) make any difference?
That's because you have a regular savings account at Maybank and not a basic savings account.


QUOTE(yourmagiccloset @ May 24 2011, 05:06 PM)
Is it true it is RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd IBG every month ? I'm also paying RM2 per transaction. Can't find any info stating MBB charge RM0.50 for 1st & 2nd time....
Yes and it is applicable only to basic savings and basic current account.

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QUOTE(truth_seeker_09 @ May 25 2011, 08:58 AM)

Added on May 25, 2011, 8:59 amBtw, recently i found out that from Citibank transfer (before cut off time) to Maybank it takes 2 days to see the amount.
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No, i tried a few times recently. As long as I did the transfer before 12pm from Citibank, the money can be seen in Maybank on the same day.

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Hi,

Hong Leong basic saving account enjoyed unlimited IBG transfer with only RM0.50 while other account type RM1

TS please kindly edit it

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QUOTE(whitemouse1314 @ May 29 2011, 04:10 AM)
Hi,

Hong Leong basic saving account enjoyed unlimited IBG transfer with only RM0.50 while other account type RM1

TS please kindly edit it

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But Hong Leong Bank website is suggesting otherwise. May be you can give us a screenshot of your account transaction history with all the sensitive information blacked out ? Or may be another link containing such information ?

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QUOTE(whitemouse1314 @ May 29 2011, 04:10 AM)
Hi,

Hong Leong basic saving account enjoyed unlimited IBG transfer with only RM0.50 while other account type RM1

TS please kindly edit it

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Please confirm how many IBG transactions did you perform ?
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CIMB iterbank transder to PBB RM1.00

takes 2-3days time.

anyone can confirm this ?

i did yest. they charged me rm1 instead of rm0.50

just perform once a month only.


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QUOTE(NelsonBoy @ May 29 2011, 12:45 PM)
CIMB iterbank transder to PBB RM1.00

takes 2-3days time.

anyone can confirm this ?
Depends on when did you transfer the money out. Money may be made available on the same day depends on the receiving bank.


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i did yest. they charged me rm1 instead of rm0.50

just perform once a month only.
They charged you RM1 because you are using a regular savings account.


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so basically, ppl will be charged RM1.00 instead of RM0.50 ?

what kind of other account that cimb has ?
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QUOTE(NelsonBoy @ May 29 2011, 12:45 PM)
CIMB iterbank transder to PBB RM1.00

takes 2-3days time.

anyone can confirm this ?

i did yest. they charged me rm1 instead of rm0.50

just perform once a month only.
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Same charges as using CIMB teller to take out cash from PPB. wink.gif

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QUOTE(ronnie @ May 29 2011, 11:09 AM)
Please confirm how many IBG transactions did you perform ?
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I already perform a experiment with 4 IBG transcation(RM10,RM10,RM10 & RM8 respectively) in a day and been charged with RM0.50 services charges only. Kindly refer to my attachment for more details smile.gif


Added on May 30, 2011, 5:41 pm

Another updated info for your all,

Public Bank Basic Saving Account enjoyed first 2 interbank instant transfer(QUICK PAY) with RM0.50 services charges


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Think the first post for Maybank fees are outdated.

Did a IBG GIRO few days ago, was charged RM2. No more 0.50 for first 2 transfers of the month

http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...l/ACC-Accounts/

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Just for Info.. Our bank using 2 Type System..

1) IBG = <RM100,000
2) RENTAS = >100,000
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..below is the "recent" IBG from PBB to MBB.. smile.gif

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I don't normally use PBB (above is the transition from Apr to Jun), but always found it charge me RM2 for IBG, even the very 1st IBG.. blush.gif

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QUOTE(laowai @ Jun 2 2011, 11:41 AM)
Think the first post for Maybank fees are outdated.

Did a IBG GIRO few days ago, was charged RM2. No more 0.50 for first 2 transfers of the month

http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...l/ACC-Accounts/
QUOTE(jerrykhor @ Jun 10 2011, 04:24 PM)
..below is the "recent" IBG from PBB to MBB.. smile.gif

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I don't normally use PBB (above is the transition from Apr to Jun), but always found it charge me RM2 for IBG, even the very 1st IBG.. blush.gif
Let's get one thing clear guys. The discounted rate of RM0.50/transfer for the first two transfers every month is applicable only to Basic Savings Account. For those who are charged the normal rate, it is because your account is NOT a Basic Savings Account. Hope this clears.


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QUOTE(jerrykhor @ Jun 10 2011, 04:24 PM)
..below is the "recent" IBG from PBB to MBB.. smile.gif

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I don't normally use PBB (above is the transition from Apr to Jun), but always found it charge me RM2 for IBG, even the very 1st IBG.. blush.gif
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For PBB non BASIC SAVING ACCOUNT HOLDER, it better for u all to transfer fund with "QUICK PAY" instead of "IBG" since it also cost you the same services charges RM2 but the fund can received immediately smile.gif

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QUOTE(whitemouse1314 @ Jun 13 2011, 01:29 AM)
For PBB non BASIC SAVING ACCOUNT HOLDER, it better for u all to transfer fund with "QUICK PAY" instead of "IBG" since it also cost you the same services charges RM2 but the fund can received immediately  smile.gif
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Great..thanks for the information tongue.gif


Added on June 13, 2011, 2:01 pmjust tested quick pay, fund transfer immediately.. g8 wink.gif

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Enjoy free IBG transfer with m2u Savers!

m2u Savers account holders are now able to enjoy FREE IBG transfer to other banks.
Promotion ends 30 September 2011.


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Hi, I am holding a Maybank Basic Savings Account Option 2 with the following:

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First 2 GIRO transactions in a month at a fee of RM0.50 per transaction and RM2.00 from the 3rd transaction onwards.
Option 2

However, I found this in M2U:
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3.  A RM2 fee will be charged for every transaction.


So which one is the correct one? Thanks
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QUOTE(Human Nature @ Jul 16 2011, 12:45 PM)
Hi, I am holding a Maybank Basic Savings Account Option 2 with the following:

Option 2

However, I found this in M2U:
So which one is the correct one? Thanks
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Of course you will get first 2 IBG at RM0.50 if your account type is Basic Savings Account.
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QUOTE(Human Nature @ Jul 16 2011, 12:45 PM)
Hi, I am holding a Maybank Basic Savings Account Option 2 with the following:

Option 2

However, I found this in M2U:
So which one is the correct one? Thanks
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I performed an interbank transaction for the 1st time today and was charged RM2.00 instead of RM0.50. I suspect that the maybank officer that attended to me opened the wrong account.

Further discussion moved to here:
http://forum.lowyat.net/index.php?showtopic=1965909

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hi, there's my friend transfer using ibg from maybank to my public bank account
he transfer at 21 july night but untill now i check i haven't received..
can i know how can i check the reference number?
i thought mostly it will only take 3 days maximum.. rclxub.gif
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QUOTE(trex1d @ Jul 28 2011, 01:04 AM)
hi, there's my friend transfer using ibg from maybank to my public bank account
he transfer at 21 july night but untill now i check i haven't received..
can i know how can i check the reference number?
i thought mostly it will only take 3 days maximum.. rclxub.gif
1. Your friend did not transfer the money
2. Your friend transferred the money to the wrong account

21 Jul was Thursday. Assume that your friend transferred the money to you using instant transfer via Public Bank online, you should have received the money right away. However, if your friend used the old IBG and transferred the money out after Public Bank's daily cut-off time, then you should receive the money before Friday midnight (22 Jul). I am very sure about this nod.gif

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owh ic, btw how can i check the reference number given?
got any website to check?
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can i use m2u to pay my public bank islam hire purchase monthly installment?
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Hi, Anyone know can i use m2u to pay my HP installment of public bank islam? how long it take to reflect?
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can i use m2u to pay my public bank islam hire purchase monthly installment?
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If you transfer the money out before 11.30am on a working day, the money will be credited into the account which it is sent on the same day. Otherwise, it will only be made available on the next working day in the evening.

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Can anyone please confirm if CIMB Bank has discontinued their Instant Transfer service on CIMBClicks ?
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I transferred funds to a seller here (He's using Maybank) yesterday using Quickpay function from Public Bank but he told me that the amount has yet to be credited into his accounts. Is there any server delay of Quickpay functions to Maybank account currently?
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I want to transfer from RHB bank to other bank because their exchange rate is too high. But the IBG limit it 5000/day. How to transfer more than 5000
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QUOTE(mumeichan @ Aug 25 2011, 09:53 AM)
I want to transfer from RHB bank to other bank because their exchange rate is too high. But the IBG limit it 5000/day. How to transfer more than 5000
Go to the counter to get cash or banker's cheque.

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Go to the counter to get cash or banker's cheque.
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Carrying so much cash in my hands from one bank to another is dangerous and banker's cheque takes too long to clear. The reason why I want to transfer is because some banks have better TT rate than others.
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QUOTE(mumeichan @ Aug 25 2011, 08:33 PM)
Carrying so much cash in my hands from one bank to another is dangerous and banker's cheque takes too long to clear. The reason why I want to transfer is because some banks have better TT rate than others.
If you don't mind me asking, how much exactly do you intend to withdraw from RHB Bank ? Another alternative is to make the IBG over the counter. The maximum transfer limit per transfer set by MEPS IBG is RM500,000 (i know this through HSBC). I am however, not too sure how much is the transfer limit for IBG done over the counter for RHB Bank. Standard Chartered for example, allows its online banking user to transfer up to a maximum of RM5,000/day to another bank. However, if you do it over the counter, the maximum limit imposed per transfer is RM99,999.

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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Aug 25 2011, 09:55 PM)
If you don't mind me asking, how much exactly do you intend to withdraw from RHB Bank ? Another alternative is to make the IBG over the counter. The maximum transfer limit per transfer set by MEPS IBG is RM500,000 (i know this through HSBC). I am however, not too sure how much is the transfer limit for IBG done over the counter for RHB Bank. Standard Chartered for example, allows its online banking user to transfer up to a maximum of RM5,000/day to another bank. However, if you do it over the counter, the maximum limit imposed per transfer is RM99,999.
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About 70,000-100,000 each time. I called them today before I went, but they said there is the IBG which limit is 5000/day and the interbank at the counter, but clearing time is between 2-3 business days. Waiting a day might be costly because the rate different from today to tomorrow is a difference of a few hundred USD. I'm asking here not because I cannot ask RHB directly, but I'm new to banking and I ask over the phone also I am not sure how competent the customer service person is. Maybe if I use the right terms they will give the right answer.
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QUOTE(mumeichan @ Aug 25 2011, 10:14 PM)
About 70,000-100,000 each time. I called them today before I went, but they said there is the IBG which limit is 5000/day and the interbank at the counter, but clearing time is between 2-3 business days. Waiting a day might be costly because the rate different from today to tomorrow is a difference of a few hundred USD. I'm asking here not because I cannot ask RHB directly, but I'm new to banking and I ask over the phone also I am not sure how competent the customer service person is. Maybe if I use the right terms they will give the right answer.
So i guess banker's cheque is the more viable option for you then. Cheque clearing is very fast nowadays. Assume that you bank-in the cheque before 4pm today, you will get the money by tomorrow. It has been so since September 2009 thanks to the new centralised cheque clearing system.

Have you ever thought of moving all your money to the "other" bank you said that gives a better TT rate ?

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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Aug 25 2011, 10:49 PM)
So i guess banker's cheque is the more viable option for you then. Cheque clearing is very fast nowadays. Assume that you bank-in the cheque before 4pm today, you will get the money by tomorrow. It has been so since September 2009 thanks to the new centralised cheque clearing system.

Have you ever thought of moving all your money to the "other" bank you said that gives a better TT rate ?
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Not really because RHB is my primary bank for alot of things and I don't have 'all the money' I get it every few months from a scholarship and send it when I get it. My savings is almost 0. Just happens normally RHB has the highest TT rates. So what I thought was when I need to TT the money, then I just bring to the bank with the lowest TT rate that day.
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QUOTE(mumeichan @ Aug 26 2011, 06:42 AM)
Not really because RHB is my primary bank for alot of things and I don't have 'all the money' I get it every few months from a scholarship and send it when I get it. My savings is almost 0. Just happens normally RHB has the highest TT rates. So what I thought was when I need to TT the money, then I just bring to the bank with the lowest TT rate that day.
Well, then i guess you should only withdraw all in cash over the counter then and seriously, RM100,000 of cash is not exactly a lot. Always request for all RM100 notes and i'd recommend that you bring a bag and park your car near the bank.

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By the way, there is another option which is RENTAS. It is usually used only for big amount of money and money is made available on the same day. However, you must have an account at the bank you intend to make the transfer to, same goes to MEPS IBG.
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for uob eaccount, is there any annual fee ?
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QUOTE(gerrardling @ Aug 26 2011, 11:21 AM)
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No annual fee. Just that the minimum balance of this account is RM500. Not sure if this rule has changed or not.

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QUOTE(mumeichan @ Aug 25 2011, 08:33 PM)
Carrying so much cash in my hands from one bank to another is dangerous and banker's cheque takes too long to clear. The reason why I want to transfer is because some banks have better TT rate than others.
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For immediate Interbank fund transfer clearance, I use RENTAS to transfer fund above RM5K.
EON Bank (Now HLB) charged RM4 only.
Clearance of fund is immediate.
Can transfer fund to any bank and any name.
Must present to sign the transfer form at your home bank.
Different bank have different RENTAS fee.
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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ May 29 2011, 01:03 PM)
Depends on when did you transfer the money out. Money may be made available on the same day depends on the receiving bank.
They charged you RM1 because you are using a regular savings account.
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I had transfer from cimb on last Friday at 1pm to my PBB acc. So when I suppose to received the fund using IBG?

I read the transfer schedule, it stated that Funds available at beneficiary bank lastest by 9am on the next two business days from transaction date. Is it mean that I only can get it on Tuesday 9am?
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QUOTE(hotlink @ Sep 12 2011, 01:31 PM)
I had transfer from cimb on last Friday at 1pm to my PBB acc. So when I suppose to received the fund using IBG?

I read the transfer schedule, it stated that Funds available at beneficiary bank lastest by 9am on the next two business days from transaction date. Is it mean that I only can get it on Tuesday 9am?
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You did the transfer last Friday after the cut-off time. So you will only get it today anytime by now (up to midnight). But for Public Bank, you should get it by 6pm today.

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why saving account is charge more for ibg giro compare to basic saving acc?
can BSA do online transaction?
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Can anyone please confirm if CIMB Bank has discontinued their Instant Transfer service on CIMBClicks ?
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QUOTE(fahrur_07 @ Sep 16 2011, 08:57 AM)
why saving account is charge more for ibg giro compare to basic saving acc?
can BSA do online transaction?
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Just the way it is. BSA is a regulated product by BNM and must be offered to the public by all banks in Malaysia. And yes. BSA can do online transaction too smile.gif


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I think so since it is no longer to have this option appears.
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Just the way it is. BSA is a regulated product by BNM and must be offered to the public by all banks in Malaysia. And yes. BSA can do online transaction too  smile.gif
Yeah. Service has been suspended indefinitely. There is a notice on the right right-hand side of Clicks' website.
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by default when we open acc with any bank they will open SA rather than BSA rite?
hurm..maybe need to open another BSA so that i can do ibg giro with lower rate
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by default when we open acc with any bank they will open SA rather than BSA rite?
Usually... yeah.

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Got question to ask.

I need to withdraw the money from my saving account and FD to buy a house from 3 different bank with RM 30k each (saving n FD)

1. Is it better for me to ask them to issue cheque( with additional charges)?
2. Or interbank transfer to 1 bank then from that bank transfer to the owner bank?

any advice?

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QUOTE(BboyDora @ Sep 26 2011, 10:35 PM)
Got question to ask.

I need to withdraw the money from my saving account and FD to buy a house from 3 different bank with RM 30k each (saving n FD)

1. Is it better for me to ask them to issue cheque( with additional charges)?
2. Or interbank transfer to 1 bank then from that bank transfer to the owner bank?

any advice?

thanks in advance.  rclxms.gif  rclxms.gif  notworthy.gif  notworthy.gif
There is a limit for IBG. Try to ask for RENTAS instead. Otherwise, banker's cheque is the best.

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hi, can i pay Hire purchase payment of public islamic bank via Maybank2u???

I check maybank2u website, under the list it only show public bank, not public islamic bank,,is it the same?

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There is a limit for IBG. Try to ask for RENTAS instead. Otherwise, banker's cheque is the best.
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thanks!!.

Normally how much is the fees for RENTAS? I try google those banks website but can't find sad.gif
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Normally how much is the fees for RENTAS? I try google those banks website but can't find sad.gif
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CIMB charges RM 2 for RENTAS (Instant Transfer):

http://www.cimbclicks.com.my/service_fundtransfer.htm
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CIMB charges RM 2 for RENTAS (Instant Transfer):

http://www.cimbclicks.com.my/service_fundtransfer.htm
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Thank you. Found out OCBC also RM 2. Thanks
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OCBC iQ provides free IBG transfers, how to open this account?
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Hi Guys,
I'm a little confuse and wanna confirm with your guys here:

I plan to pay my OCBC credit card which either transfer from CIMB online or PBB online (both are normal saving account):
1) which bank will charge more cheaper? is CIMB?
2) RM1 per transfer or RM0.50?
3) what is the meaning RM0.50 charges for CIMB? In my this case, can I enjoy this lowest charges?
4) Is IBG same with Instant Transfer? What's the different?
5) How many days the transaction will be done if I transfer from CIMB to OCBC? 2 working days or instantly?

Thanks and appreciate who can help me here.... notworthy.gif

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Hi Guys,
I'm a little confuse and wanna confirm with your guys here:

I plan to pay my OCBC credit card which either transfer from CIMB online or PBB online (both are normal saving account):
1) which bank will charge more cheaper? is CIMB?
CIMB Bank's MEPS IBG is cheaper than Public Bank.


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2) RM1 per transfer or RM0.50?
Depends on the type of your savings account. If your account is a basic savings account, then you will only be charged RM0.50 for the first two MEPS IBG done in a month and subsequent MEPS IBG in that same month will be charged RM1. For regular savings account, the fee is RM1/transfer. You can find out your savings account type by visiting any CIMB Bank branch or send them a secured message through your CIMBClicks.


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3) what is the meaning RM0.50 charges for CIMB? In my this case, can I enjoy this lowest charges?
Refer to the reply above.


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4) Is IBG same with Instant Transfer? What's the different?
The main difference is the fund availability in the receiving bank. For MEPS IBG, funds will be made available at the receiving bank by 12 midnight on the same banking day should you transfer the money out before the daily cut-off time which is between 11.30am - 12pm (varies by banks). If you do it after the cut-off time, funds will only be made available by 12 midnight on the next banking day.

As for instant transfer, the money will be transferred and credited immediately to the receiving bank account.


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5) How many days the transaction will be done if I transfer from CIMB to OCBC? 2 working days or instantly?
Transferring fund to OCBC from CIMB through Instant Transfer is not an option because OCBC is still not yet supported under Instant Transfer. Your only choice is using MEPS IBG. Please refer to my reply #2 regarding how many days it takes to transfer the money from CIMB to OCBC.

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@MilesAndMore,
Thanks and appreciate for your details clarification.
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Thank you for detailed explanation MilesAndMore. rclxms.gif But until today still scared to IBG between my bank's accounts. Rather go to the deposit machine than using IBG because it takes time to transfer the money. maybe after this can consider RENTAS as it is instant. biggrin.gif
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Just found out that UOB's eAccount offers 2 X Free IBG per month.
http://www1.uob.com.my/personal/useful/fee...0/#passfuncoins
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I checked Bank Islam website http://www.bankislam.com.my/en/Pages/Basic...nti.aspx?tabs=1

it seems that they also only charge RM 0.50 IBG unlimited. anyone can confirm this

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no one reply, I need to know which is cheapest to pay CC, since my schedule is busy to deposit cheque to all banks. before this 0.15+petrol now maybe 0.50 per bank

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-Bank Islam

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hi guys,

lets say for interbank fund transfer over the counter, HSBC to Maybank.

at 2.30pm yesterday. But i hvnt see the funds in my maybank account.

When will the funds show? called Maybank, they say 1 working day, will it be around 2.30pm also?
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Milesandmore,

Is the information you put on first page this tread lastest one? Why when I check Maybank website the IBG charge is RM2? Please see below.

Home > Accounts & Banking > Funds Transfers > GIRO Interbank Transfer
GIRO Interbank Transfer
Transfer funds via Maybank2u.com and Kawanku ATMs to savings/current accounts in other local banks/financial institutions
Daily transfer limit:
RM5,000

Service fee:
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Milesandmore,

Is the information you put on first page this tread lastest one? Why when I check Maybank website the IBG charge is RM2? Please see below.

Home > Accounts & Banking > Funds Transfers > GIRO Interbank Transfer
GIRO Interbank Transfer
Transfer funds via Maybank2u.com and Kawanku ATMs to savings/current accounts in other local banks/financial institutions
Daily transfer limit:
RM5,000

Service fee:
RM2
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It depends on your account type. RM 2 is the general fee for most of the banks.

BSA offers 50 cents for first two IBG/GIRO inter-bank fund transfer every month.


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For CIMB charges is RM4 cia Interbank GIRO? I try to transfer but it show changes for RM4 for each transaction sweat.gif
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For CIMB charges is RM4 cia Interbank GIRO? I try to transfer but it show changes for RM4 for each transaction  sweat.gif
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What is your account type?
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As topic above ,my friend which use interbank transfer from Tuesday evening 4pm , but still till now I not yet receive the money , And he not use ATM or online interbank , is went to counter fill up form ... Lolzz , so when can I receive in this situation ... Any 1 know?
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monday receive....
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QUOTE(EvOKIdZ @ Dec 1 2011, 09:53 AM)
Savings Account
There are many types of savings account. Which type is yours ?

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That is call IBG
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how can i know what type is mine? i only c saving account when i login
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QUOTE(513730 @ Dec 1 2011, 07:40 PM)
As topic above ,my friend which use interbank transfer from Tuesday evening 4pm  , but still till now I not yet receive the money ,    And he not use ATM or online interbank , is went to counter fill up form ... Lolzz , so when can I receive  in this situation ... Any 1 know?
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3 days if using normal transfer (bank charge 0.50sen) and for instant transfer, bank charge RM2.
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QUOTE(513730 @ Dec 1 2011, 07:40 PM)
As topic above ,my friend which use interbank transfer from Tuesday evening 4pm  , but still till now I not yet receive the money ,    And he not use ATM or online interbank , is went to counter fill up form ... Lolzz , so when can I receive  in this situation ... Any 1 know?
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i suggest u change bank. use Public bank like ur fren do. thumbup.gif
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how can i know what type is mine? i only c saving account when i login
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Walk into any of the nearest CIMB Bank branches or call their call centre.

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Hi,

Just to share with you all that HSBC Advance Account enjoy unlimited free IBG transfer and the transfer limit up to RM40K instead of most of the normal bank RM5K shocking.gif

P.S: The only conditions to open this account are maintain RM20k daily average balance on the account otherwise RM5/month services charges will be imposed. smile.gif

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Just want to ask if i open an account for HSBC in brunei, how much will be charge if i transfer to my friend HSBC account in Malaysia?
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Just want to ask if i open an account for HSBC in brunei, how much will be charge if i transfer to my friend HSBC account in Malaysia?
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Just to share with you all, with Standard Chartered SuperSalary Account, IBG is RM0.50 to all banks (unlimited), and no restrictions (t&c), that means you don't have to maintain any minimum balances and no maintenance charges on the account.
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I am using bank muamalat interbank transfer.. after I transfer the money... I notice that the name I insert is incorrect.. but they already take my balance.. are the money still will be sent to the correct access no?
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It is possible for interbank transaction process to fail midway even with the valid recipient's account holder name and all? Disregarding natural disaster and system failure that is.

Wouldn't it be very dangerous for the recipient? hmm.gif
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It is possible for interbank transaction process to fail midway even with the valid recipient's account holder name and all? Disregarding natural disaster and system failure that is.
As long as it says "successful", whatever happens next is not really of your concern already provided you have entered all the correct information.

By the way, in case there wasn't sufficient fund in your account when you tried to make the transfer, you'll get a message saying your transaction has been rejected or unsuccessful.


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Wouldn't it be very dangerous for the recipient?  hmm.gif
Dangerous ? Please elaborate further.


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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Dec 29 2011, 12:54 PM)
As long as it says "successful", whatever happens next is not really of your concern already provided you have entered all the correct information.

By the way, in case there wasn't sufficient fund in your account when you tried to make the transfer, you'll get a message saying your transaction has been rejected or unsuccessful.
Dangerous ? Please elaborate further.
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Dangerous as in if somehow the scenario I mentioned just happened, i.e. "interbank transaction process to fail midway even with the valid recipient's account holder name and all". Maybe due to bank error, screwup.

I'm asking this to verify the facts, heard some "stories" that despite the sender being having "successful" while doing the interbank transaction, it can somehow bounce the amount back and report an error during process. Wanted to know such thing even happen. Thus dangerous to the recipient's side being unaware the payment went through or failed.
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QUOTE(Sigint @ Dec 29 2011, 01:23 PM)
Dangerous as in if somehow the scenario I mentioned just happened, i.e. "interbank transaction process to fail midway even with the valid recipient's account holder name and all". Maybe due to bank error, screwup.

I'm asking this to verify the facts, heard some "stories" that despite the sender being having "successful" while doing the interbank transaction, it can somehow bounce the amount back and report an error during process. Wanted to know such thing even happen. Thus dangerous to the recipient's side being unaware the payment went through or failed.
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Highly unlikely unless the sender keyed in the wrong information. I do MEPS IBG at least 5 times a month (credit card bills) and have never experienced such issue. I've been using this online MEPS IBG since early last year.

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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Dec 29 2011, 01:43 PM)
Highly unlikely unless the sender keyed in the wrong information. I do MEPS IBG at least 5 times a month (credit card bills) and have never experienced such issue. I've been using this online MEPS IBG since early last year.
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Alright thanks a lot. This really place my mind at ease. notworthy.gif
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Any recommendation on which is the cheapest cost method to transfer funds >RM50k from SCB ?
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Any recommendation on which is the cheapest cost method to transfer funds >RM50k from SCB ?
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Banker's Cheque is the cheapest one i believe.
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Any recommendation on which is the cheapest cost method to transfer funds >RM50k from SCB ?
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Rentas is the cheapest if you do it before 11.30am today. The interest lost over the 2 days non clearing weekend will make you cost of transfer expensive if you opted for other mode of fund transfer.
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Rentas is the cheapest if you do it before 11.30am today. The interest lost over the 2 days non clearing weekend will make you cost of transfer expensive if you opted for other mode of fund transfer.
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I thought RENTAS is almost instant. It has no amount limit like GIRO?

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I thought RENTAS is almost instant. It has no amount limit like GIRO?
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Suppose to be instant. But every time I rentas, the bank officer always advised me to do it before 12pm and he can't guarantee me instant transfer if I do it after after 12pm.
As for the rentas limit, I'm not so sure, maybe not enough bullet to hit the rentas limit yet tongue.gif . MBB RM2 GIRO has a limit of RM500K though.
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Rentas is the cheapest if you do it before 11.30am today. The interest lost over the 2 days non clearing weekend will make you cost of transfer expensive if you opted for other mode of fund transfer.
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RENTAS via SCB cost RM9, right ?
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RENTAS via SCB cost RM9, right ?
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Banker's Cheque is the cheapest one i believe.
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I used to carry more than 100k
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No, withdraw CASH is the cheapest way  thumbup.gif
I used to carry more than 100k
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If it is a cheque-account and you intend to transfer to another bank's fd account, issuing cheque is the cheapest at 15sen and banks will take the current date as the fd starting date.
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No, withdraw CASH is the cheapest way  thumbup.gif
I used to carry more than 100k
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I have few questions indirectly to IBG:

-I heard it is difficult to open Citibank even basic savings account. In case we have credit card with them, is it become more easier?
-I have other types of savings account with Maybank, is it possible to open another basic savings account?
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QUOTE(cenkudu @ Jan 16 2012, 10:34 PM)
I have few questions indirectly to IBG:
Well, what you asked indeed have nothing to do with IBG. Anyway...


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-I heard it is difficult to open Citibank even basic savings account. In case we have credit card with them, is it become more easier?
It's kind of true. The chance of your application to open a savings account with them is higher provided you are already working and having a credit card with them would be a plus. Basically, you will be asked to sign on a signature card and they will help you to key in all relevant information such as name, address, work place, profession etc. and they shall get back in the next few days to you whether or not your application to open a savings account with them is successful. If it's successful, they will mail the VISA debit card to your correspondence address and you are required to deposit some money into the account asap.


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-I have other types of savings account with Maybank, is it possible to open another basic savings account?
Not too sure about Maybank but it's definitely not a problem with Public Bank and CIMB Bank.

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Thank you for your response, open basic savings account with citibank this morning. as usual their officer push for other type of account which requires more deposit :-) and yet they themselves are not aware about the IBG charges, which she told me RM 2 per transaction


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QUOTE(cenkudu @ Jan 17 2012, 01:27 PM)
Thank you for your response, open basic savings account with citibank this morning. as usual their officer push for other type of account which requires more deposit :-)
Did they give you an answer whether or not your application to open a savings account is rejected or you were asked to wait too ?


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and yet they themselves are not aware about the IBG charges, which she told me RM 2 per transaction
As usual, bank employees don't even know their own bank's products doh.gif
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Did they give you an answer whether or not your application to open a savings account is rejected or you were asked to wait too ?
As usual, bank employees don't even know their own bank's products  doh.gif
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oh my application to open the basic savings account was approved straight away but I bring along my payslip and employment letter which I never done before to open any savings account biggrin.gif your advice yesterday has help me a lot. plus i have credit card with them. the visa debit card also I got on the spot
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QUOTE(cenkudu @ Jan 18 2012, 12:04 AM)
oh my application to open the basic savings account was approved straight away but I bring along my payslip and employment letter which I never done before to open any savings account  biggrin.gif your advice yesterday has help me a lot. plus i have credit card with them. the visa debit card also I got on the spot
I guess your payslip and employment letter did the trick biggrin.gif Last time i was like shakehead.gif when they said i must give them my employment details and will only get back to me once they have verified everything. It wasn't like i was applying for their personal loan or credit card then doh.gif
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hi sorry for this noob question guy....wanna ask how to bank in online throught cimb clicks..??in the main page which menu should i choose...the schedule transaction or transfer fund??

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hi sorry for this noob question guy....wanna ask how to bank in online  throught cimb clicks..??in the main page which menu should i choose...the schedule transaction or transfer fund??
What do you mean by "bank in online through CIMBClicks" ? Do you mean you want to transfer money out to another bank through your CIMB Bank account via online banking ?

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What do you mean by "bank in online through CIMBClicks" ? Do you mean you want to transfer money out to another bank through your CIMB Bank account via online banking ?
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yes...transfer to another CIMB account..do in need to go the the transfer fund menu?
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yes...transfer to another CIMB account..do in need to go the the transfer fund menu?
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Yes. Transfer Menu > 3rd party transfer > key-in all required details and amount.

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Yes. Transfer Menu > 3rd party transfer > key-in all required details and amount.
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is the 3rd party transfer same with the "To Other CIMB Accounts"?
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is the 3rd party transfer same with the "To Other CIMB Accounts"?
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My personal experience:
1.Interbank Transfer is most expensive with Maybank @ RM2 (Premier Savings ac).
2.MEPs withdrawal at OCBC (from MBB) is RM4.

I thought all interbank withdrawal at MEPs were at RM1. Is it standard for for withdrawal at foreign bank at RM4? What about foreign bank to foreign bank?
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My personal experience:
1.Interbank Transfer is most expensive with Maybank @ RM2 (Premier Savings ac).
2.MEPs withdrawal at OCBC (from MBB) is RM4.

I thought all interbank withdrawal at MEPs were at RM1. Is it standard for for withdrawal at foreign bank at RM4? What about foreign bank to foreign bank?
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From OBCB website, they charge RM 4.

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CIMB clicks IBG transfer is real time? Someone transferred 9am and the funds were arrived at 10am.
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CIMB clicks IBG transfer is real time? Someone transferred 9am and the funds were arrived at 10am.
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CiMB has a feature called Instant Transfer...
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CiMB has a feature called Instant Transfer...
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ah.. i know.. long time ago I knew this feature and then didn't see this "Instant Transfer" at the side bar.

Now come back again... @#@
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hoo, i tried IBG from Maybank to HSBC
Maybank charge me about rm 2, i wire it at 11pm on 24th of jan
the seller said the fund arrive somewhere at 5pm next day.


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ah.. i know.. long time ago I knew this feature and then didn't see this "Instant Transfer" at the side bar.

Now come back again... @#@
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Instant Transfer not everybank can
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Does Maybank M2Usavers account have annual RM8 fees?
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Does Maybank M2Usavers account have annual RM8 fees?
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Is there a delay for paying utility bills online through IBG? For example, if we pay on the same day as the bill due date.
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Is there a delay for paying utility bills online through IBG? For example, if we pay on the same day as the bill due date.
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IBG can take up to 3 working days.

Better make it early. So far, the fastest I can observe is 1 working day from CIMB to Citibank.
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Is there a delay for paying utility bills online through IBG? For example, if we pay on the same day as the bill due date.
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Utility bill is paid via Banks' payment system not via IBG.
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All IBG in different bank same processing time? Many of my customers claim that some xxx bank takes slower processing time
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All IBG in different bank same processing time? Many of my customers claim that some xxx bank takes slower processing time
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They have cut off time for daily processing.
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All IBG in different bank same processing time? Many of my customers claim that some xxx bank takes slower processing time
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for funds to arrive in the same day @ evening, your customer need to IBG before 12pm... Else it will arrive on the 2nd working day.
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for funds to arrive in the same day @ evening, your customer need to IBG before 12pm... Else it will arrive on the 2nd working day.
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For OCBC IBG... the maximum daily limit is RM5000.
Let's say I perform IBG of RM5000 at 11pm, 2-Feb-2012
Can I do another transfer of RM5000 on 9am, 3 Feb 2012 ?

Would the total funds received in the beneficiary account be RM10000 on 3-Feb-2012 ?
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I just realised that doing IBG through ATM transfer is instant and costs RM1 only.
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I just realised that doing IBG through ATM transfer is instant and costs RM1 only.
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I just realised that doing IBG through ATM transfer is instant and costs RM1 only.
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for the same bank atm or different?
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really??
for the same bank atm or different?
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of course is to different bank la.. u didnt see IBG..

In short, IBG from PBB ATM using PBB account to other banks is instantly credited.


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Which bank are you referring to ?
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Paiseh... makan the words PBB.. is Public Bank ATM using Public account.

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how much limit per day for transfer within maybank acc?
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how much limit per day for transfer within maybank acc?
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limit to RM5000 per day for transfer between 3rd Party MBB accounts... Also same limit for IBG from MBB account.
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then have to transfer multiple times
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I used CIMB clicks Instant transfer but the transfer didn't seem instant at all...

It requires me to key in a processing date which is the next day(after 12pm) and I am wondering isn't instant transfer INSTANT?

any body mind explaining?
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I used CIMB clicks Instant transfer but the transfer didn't seem instant at all...

It requires me to key in a processing date which is the next day(after 12pm) and I am wondering isn't instant transfer INSTANT?

any body mind explaining?
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You're transferring to which bank?

Refer to the table under Transfer Schedule:

https://www.cimbclicks.com.my/service_fundtransfer.htm
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From CIMB to Maybank, using Instant Transfer should be immediate transfer right, from the table.

But now my transaction is still pending...Any idea?
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QUOTE(wengjen @ Feb 7 2012, 12:40 PM)
I used CIMB clicks Instant transfer but the transfer didn't seem instant at all...

It requires me to key in a processing date which is the next day(after 12pm) and I am wondering isn't instant transfer INSTANT?

any body mind explaining?
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why don't you call CIMB for clarification?
When is the transaction date ?
6 and 7 Feb is public holiday for KL & Selangor.. Thus non-banking days.


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why don't you call CIMB for clarification?
When is the transaction date ?
6 and 7 Feb is public holiday for KL & Selangor.. Thus non-banking days.
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Oops! I found my mistake.

I used the Instant Transfer at the "Schedule Transaction" section instead of the real Instant Transfer.

==", no wonder.....Lost a lot of time waiting for online shopping items because of this mistake. I used to know how to operate this but I guess I forget how to now obviously. HAHAHA

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Since you schedule the 'Instant Transfer', you will see on the same day of the scheduled date of transfer.

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I can confirmed that Maybank Basic Savings Account performed IBG transaction via Maybank2U.com gets charged 50 sen for the 1st 2 GIRO transaction

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how to pay to UOB CC using PBB which take effect instantly? need pay the bill by tmr...
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I didn't know when they've implement this method.

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It is a brand new service that enables you to make fund transfers from your CIMB account to an account in other banks* via CIMB ATM's. Check-out CIMB Bank ATMs list

Funds will be reflected immediately in your crediting bank’s account as well as deduction from your debiting account.


Note: Current IBFT participating banks are : EON Bank, RHB Bank, Ambank, Bank Rakyat,
Maybank, Public Bank & Agro Bank.

We’ll be adding on more banks as we move along. So, stay tuned!


I guess it's good if you don't want to wait for 2 days.
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post Feb 27 2012, 07:04 PM


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I transfer money from my Maybank to Citibank using Maybank ATM (MEPS). I thought the cost is only RM1 but suddenly RM 4. when read Maybank website

http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...al/ACC-Accounts

maybe Citibank account is considered under Foreign bank...so don't use MEPS and IBG is better
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post Feb 27 2012, 07:24 PM


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QUOTE(cenkudu @ Feb 27 2012, 07:04 PM)
I transfer money from my Maybank to Citibank using Maybank ATM (MEPS). I thought the cost is only RM1 but suddenly RM 4. when read Maybank website

http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...al/ACC-Accounts

maybe Citibank account is considered under Foreign bank...so don't use MEPS and IBG is better
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I paid my Citibank CC using Interbank Fund Transfer from CIMBClicks and PBeBank. They charged me 50 cents (due to my account is a BSA). But the standard for this transfer is RM 2.
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post Feb 27 2012, 07:29 PM


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yes, IBG cost 50 cents (if BSA) or RM 2 for other accounts. but this one is MEPS not Giro and pay via ATM.

can we open BSA if we have other type of savings account with maybank?
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post Feb 27 2012, 11:12 PM


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QUOTE(cenkudu @ Feb 27 2012, 07:29 PM)
yes, IBG cost 50 cents (if BSA) or RM 2 for other accounts. but this one is MEPS not Giro and pay via ATM.

can we open BSA if we have other type of savings account with maybank?
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Thanks for highlighting the key difference. I thought they're the same GIRO and MEPS.

Look at the bright side, the fund will be an immediate transfer to recipient.
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im a hsbc advanced user..the account offers me free IBG
there is a rm10 monthly fee but can waived if deposit 20k n above
for me if u are a heavy user with plenty of transaction, why not
im sure other banks are offering the same rite
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QUOTE(eau-rouge @ Feb 28 2012, 10:48 AM)
im a hsbc advanced user..the account offers me free IBG
there is a rm10 monthly fee but can waived if deposit 20k n above
for me if u are a heavy user with plenty of transaction, why not
im sure other banks are offering the same rite
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20k locked in the interest free current account is approx more than 5 times the cost of Rm10 monthly fee.

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QUOTE(aeiou228 @ Feb 28 2012, 11:07 AM)
20k locked in the interest free current account is approx more than 5 times the cost of Rm10 monthly fee.
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mbb ibg for example, rm2 per trans..20 ibg from hsbc only cost rm10 (monthly fee) whereas mbb rm20

can save already if you're a heavy ibg user. on top of that can get points from that
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QUOTE(eau-rouge @ Feb 28 2012, 12:21 PM)
mbb ibg for example, rm2 per trans..20 ibg from hsbc only cost rm10 (monthly fee) whereas mbb rm20

can save already if you're a heavy ibg user. on top of that can get points from that
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why u dont try Ambank Amstar Extreme which can offer 5x IBG free, only keep 5k every month
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QUOTE(oldman8088 @ Feb 28 2012, 04:41 PM)
why u dont try Ambank Amstar Extreme which can offer 5x IBG free, only keep 5k every month
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More accurately, AmBank AmStar Extreme offers 5x free (online) IBG transactions per month regardless of account balance.

However, balances below RM3,000.00 will be imposed with RM5.00 fee per month and you only earn interest (1.5%) if you keep RM5,000.00 and above.

Been a happy user as the interest rate is not too shabby for a checking current account, and you also get 5x free MEPS transactions per month. The free IBG feature is perfect for paying all my credit card bills online!

Between myself and my wife, we have 3 such accounts (ie 2 individual and 1 joint a/c) and thus enjoy 15x free (online) IBG transactions every month. So I just keep a little more than RM5,000.00 in each of the accounts and any extra funds are placed in FD.
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QUOTE(oldman8088 @ Feb 28 2012, 04:41 PM)
why u dont try Ambank Amstar Extreme which can offer 5x IBG free, only keep 5k every month
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There's an even better offering from OCBC : OCBC iQ Basic
- 5 FREE IBG per month while maintaining RM500 a month (to avoid monthly charges)
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To be honest, I don't know where exactly it is to post what I'm about to ask, so if it's in the wrong section kindly inform me where I should be posting it.

Q : Is it possible to transfer funds from a Malaysian bank to an overseas account of a different bank? For instance, I want to transfer funds from local bank A to an account which is in Switzerland(MYR to Swiss Franc).

How do/can I apply to open an account in a bank available in Switzerland? Must I travel there, be physically present to open an account? Furthermore, what is the minimum amount required to open the said account?

If I successfully open an account at a bank in Switzerland, how do I transfer (regularly, let's say a monthly fixed amount) from my local bank account to the one in Switzerland?

Can I request the local bank to automatically transfer the so said 'fixed-amount' monthly to the overseas?

many thanks in advance.
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QUOTE(GravityFi3ld @ Mar 1 2012, 02:42 PM)
To be honest, I don't know where exactly it is to post what I'm about to ask, so if it's in the wrong section kindly inform me where I should be posting it.

Q : Is it possible to transfer funds from a Malaysian bank to an overseas account of a different bank? For instance, I want to transfer funds from local bank A to an account which is in Switzerland(MYR to Swiss Franc).

How do/can I apply to open an account in a bank available in Switzerland? Must I travel there, be physically present to open an account? Furthermore, what is the minimum amount required to open the said account?

If I successfully open an account at a bank in Switzerland, how do I transfer (regularly, let's say a monthly fixed amount) from my local bank account to the one in Switzerland?

Can I request the local bank to automatically transfer the so said 'fixed-amount' monthly to the overseas?

many thanks in advance.
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For children education fund ?
Not sure my method applies to you or not, my daughter just bring my Malaysian HSBC ATM card to UK, I just bank in ringgit to my HSBC account here and she withdraw in GBP from the ATMs in UK.

For opening of oversea savings account, Malaysian HSBC premier customer can open oversea account in Malaysia.
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QUOTE(aeiou228 @ Mar 2 2012, 11:10 AM)
For children education fund ?
Not sure my method applies to you or not, my daughter just bring my Malaysian HSBC ATM card to UK, I just bank in ringgit to my HSBC account here and she withdraw in GBP from the ATMs in UK.

For opening of oversea savings account, Malaysian HSBC premier customer can open oversea account in Malaysia.
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No for education, more of a, offshore saving? (no idea if I got the term right ><")
As in, I want to save money else where(overseas) through my local bank.

my salary is automatically transfered into my local a/c, from that a/c, I intend to send/transfer a monthly-fixed sum to an a/c that belongs to a foreign(say a bank in Switzerland). I just want to save my money elsewhere(overseas) whilst having a balance here to use for expenses.

I can then withdraw the money from the overseas when the currency rate is stronger against the MYR or other currencies. In short, it's like parking my $ in another country's bank smile.gif the question is, is it possible for me to request my local bank to transfer the monthly-fixed amount to the overseas one?
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QUOTE(GravityFi3ld @ Mar 2 2012, 11:34 AM)
No for education, more of a, offshore saving? (no idea if I got the term right ><")
As in, I want to save money else where(overseas) through my local bank.

my salary is automatically transfered into my local a/c, from that a/c, I intend to send/transfer a monthly-fixed sum to an a/c that belongs to a foreign(say a bank in Switzerland). I just want to save my money elsewhere(overseas) whilst having a balance here to use for expenses.

I can then withdraw the money from the overseas when the currency rate is stronger against the MYR or other currencies. In short, it's like parking my $ in another country's bank smile.gif the question is, is it possible for me to request my local bank to transfer the monthly-fixed amount to the overseas one?
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There is a service call "standing instruction" not sure it includes oversea remittance though.

You plan is quite weird and I don't think it is cost effective. Forex remittance a small amount monthly is costly. Whatever forex profit you may or may not gain will be offset by remittance cost. Go ask your bank how much is the cost per forex TT first including the TT reviving end. After you find out the TT cost, you might want to abort this idea.

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Hi,

I would wish to transfer money from Malaysia (RM) to Korea (won) via TT. As far as I concern, services that Maybank provided is moneygram. This is very expensive. I have also tried out paypal and Western Union. I found them expensive. Can anyone suggest to me how can I transfer RM to won directly via TT?

Thanks.
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I got question about interbank Giro maybank.

I understand the daily limit for Maybank ATM and M2U for interbank Giro is RM10,000 and service fee of RM2 for normal saving account.

However, the other day I went to Maybank counter doing a banker's cheque (RM5) , the staff suggested me to use IBG instead. She said if done over the counter it costs about RM2 only and I can transfer more than 10k... She also said if the IBG is done before 11am, the fund will be received by the local bank by afternoon..

Can someone confirm this?
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QUOTE(aeiou228 @ Mar 2 2012, 01:32 PM)
There is a service call "standing instruction" not sure it includes oversea remittance though.

You plan is quite weird and I don't think it is cost effective. Forex remittance a small amount monthly is costly. Whatever forex profit you may or may not gain will be offset by remittance cost. Go ask your bank how much is the cost per forex TT first including the TT reviving end. After you find out the TT cost, you might want to abort this idea.
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But it's not for the short term tho, as in, if there is a time to migrate - I would at least have substantial funds at the overseas bank to utilize smile.gif

As for Forex gain/loss goes, I wouldn't be converting the foreign back to solely MYR. I could utilize to to convert for other currencies.. kinda of a round the big bush thing, hoping to scrap a little profit along the way happy.gif
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QUOTE(soul2soul @ Mar 3 2012, 11:16 AM)
I got question about interbank Giro maybank.

I understand the daily limit for Maybank ATM and M2U for interbank Giro is RM10,000 and service fee of RM2 for normal saving account.

However, the other day I went to Maybank counter doing a banker's cheque (RM5) , the staff suggested me to use IBG instead. She said if done over the counter it costs about RM2 only and I can transfer more than 10k... She also said if the IBG is done before 11am, the fund will be received by the local bank by afternoon..

Can someone confirm this?
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What the MBB staff said is true:

http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...al/ACC-Accounts


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Maybank just launch their MyMobile which offers FREE IBG (waive fees until further notice)
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QUOTE(ronnie @ Mar 15 2012, 05:04 PM)
Maybank just launch their MyMobile which offers FREE IBG (waive fees until further notice)
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What is this MyMobile is all about? An app or what?
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QUOTE(David83 @ Mar 15 2012, 07:28 PM)
What is this MyMobile is all about? An app or what?
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It's not a mobile application.
It is based on USSD Platfortm (flash sms) to present services menu.
This will be supported by all phones and does not require Internet access. Open to Maxis & Celcom users at the moment.
Maybank charges 20 sen for 4 min transaction.

Coolest is the FREE IBG to 3rd party (fees waive until further notice)

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Found the details:

http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...al/ACC-Accounts

Feel like it's a little bit complicated. Anybody tried it?
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QUOTE(David83 @ Mar 15 2012, 10:39 PM)
Found the details:

http://www.maybank2u.com.my/mbb_info/m2u/p...al/ACC-Accounts

Feel like it's a little bit complicated. Anybody tried it?
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Definitely will give it a try later in the month.
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bros,

how do i transfer more than 5k to USA brokers at 1 shot? M2U only allow me to transfer 5k at each time.


thanks.
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Fund transfers, bill payments via SMS soon

KUALA LUMPUR: Three local banks are preparing to launch a new service in May that enables users of mobile phones – not just smart phones– to carry out certain banking transactions like fund transfers and bill payments.

URL: http://www.btimes.com.my/Current_News/BTIM...icle/index_html
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