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WintersuN
post Dec 20 2011, 09:22 AM


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I wanna transfer 50k to my bro. He is CIMB and I am Maybank. If use online bank can only transfer 5k per day and kena charge RM2 per transaction. What the best way to transfer to m bro without lose much on bank charge?

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post Dec 20 2011, 09:25 AM


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by cheque ?
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post Dec 20 2011, 09:27 AM


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bank draft if dont have cheque facility
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post Dec 20 2011, 09:49 AM


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Cheque is the best, else use GIRO in person (should also be TT form)
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post Dec 20 2011, 09:51 AM


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use RENTAS
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post Dec 20 2011, 09:58 AM


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Or withdraw all in cash and bank directly to your brother's account at CIMB Bank. Do request for all RM100 note so it is less bulky biggrin.gif
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post Dec 20 2011, 10:03 AM


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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Dec 20 2011, 09:58 AM)
Or withdraw all in cash and bank directly to your brother's account at CIMB Bank. Do request for all RM100 note so it is less bulky  biggrin.gif
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This seems very dangerous. Is it have to withdraw at the counter then go the CIMB counter to deposit?

I dun haf cheque cos only use savings account..

WAT is RENTAS?

GIRO will charge me how much? Need do at counter?

thnx
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QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 10:03 AM)
This seems very dangerous. Is it have to withdraw at the counter then go the CIMB counter to deposit?

I dun haf cheque cos only use savings account..

WAT is RENTAS?

GIRO will charge me how much? Need do at counter?

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RENTAS - PANTAS laugh.gif laugh.gif

It is a service allows you to transfer funds to other banks within 1 day (if before their cut off time at noon). Very cheap only, few ringgit.
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RENTAS

Simple, cheap and fast.
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post Dec 20 2011, 10:13 AM


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Rentas is something like TT and yes u need to do at the counter before the cut off time 12.30pm and yr bro can rec the money in the afternoon dy
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QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 10:03 AM)
This seems very dangerous. Is it have to withdraw at the counter then go the CIMB counter to deposit?

I dun haf cheque cos only use savings account..

WAT is RENTAS?

GIRO will charge me how much? Need do at counter?

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u can find a maybank n cimb mostly in the same street if not the same row of shops or even in some rare cases next door doh.gif doh.gif doh.gif
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post Dec 20 2011, 10:23 AM


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So RENTAS or GIRO is rekomended?

What the difference pros and cons between rentas n giro?

thnx for the help
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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Dec 20 2011, 09:58 AM)
Or withdraw all in cash and bank directly to your brother's account at CIMB Bank. Do request for all RM100 note so it is less bulky   biggrin.gif
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request all in rm 1 notes can?? rclxms.gif rclxms.gif colour almost same as rm50


Added on December 20, 2011, 10:26 amnever heard of rentas, how to do it... if is SA then use bank draft lor... go bank settle it... and quite safe also...


Added on December 20, 2011, 10:29 amhttp://www.bnm.gov.my/microsites/payment/0104_types.htm#rentas

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post Dec 20 2011, 10:33 AM


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Do banker cheque by paying RM5 then use cheque machine to transfer, It will take immediate effect.

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post Dec 20 2011, 10:39 AM


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bankers cheque is not personal cheque, you do not need current account
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post Dec 20 2011, 10:42 AM


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I check maybank website

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

It say rentas charge is rm9 while giro is only rm2

so is it more wortth to transfer via giro?
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post Dec 20 2011, 10:47 AM


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QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 10:42 AM)
I check maybank website

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

It say rentas charge is rm9 while giro is only rm2

so is it more wortth to transfer via giro?
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Giro has a limit of RM5k
Best to go to the counter, ask for a banker's check (RM10) and deposit.

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post Dec 20 2011, 10:51 AM


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QUOTE(tishaban @ Dec 20 2011, 10:47 AM)
Giro has a limit of RM5k
Best to go to the counter, ask for a banker's check (RM10) and deposit.
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Just discussion,

if bankers cheque rm10 is it more worth to use rentas? cos only rm9 can save rm1
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post Dec 20 2011, 11:21 AM


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To risk saving RM10-20, just withdraw 50k cash from MBB, walk over to CIMB use Cash Deposit Machine.

For fast inter-bank, use RENTAS. Same day if before 12pm. Next working day if after 12pm.

For 50k, still want to dilly-dally on RM10 stuff ? doh.gif C'mon la, big man do big business.

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post Dec 20 2011, 11:25 AM


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QUOTE(cute_boboi @ Dec 20 2011, 11:21 AM)
To risk saving RM10-20, just withdraw 50k cash from MBB, walk over to CIMB use Cash Deposit Machine.

For fast inter-bank, use RENTAS. Same day if before 12pm. Next working day if after 12pm.

For 50k, still want to dilly-dally on RM10 stuff ?  doh.gif  C'mon la, big man do big business.
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walk over to cimb csash deposit hmm.gif

but when deposit the machine i think can accept max 100 notes duno need do how long
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post Dec 20 2011, 11:27 AM


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Is your bro need to use the fund urgently, if yes just do rentas if not buy a banker's draft and bank to his a/c or cash out and go to CIMB bank counter and bank in the cash (take the risk, usually most maybank and CIMB are located within walking distance/in the same building like Wisma Genting/Menara Hap Seng and others)
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post Dec 20 2011, 11:33 AM


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Not need urgent.

Cash out 50k like very scary la sweat.gif

max i hold cash b4 oso not exceed 3k

i discuss wif him la..

so now all suggest bankers cheque is most useful la right
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post Dec 20 2011, 11:37 AM


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QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 10:51 AM)
Just discussion,

if bankers cheque rm10 is it more worth to use rentas? cos only rm9 can save rm1
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You have to list down what is your fund transfer conditions ma, like immediate transfer or not, don't mind paying for real time transfer...etc etc than the forum expert can advice you the best mode of fund transfer.

The cheapest and most convenient method is GIRO transfer at your home bank counter.
RM2 GIRO fee
RM50k transfer no problem.
If you GIRO it before 12pm, the money is good tomorrow. (during working days only)
No need to go to CIMB bank.
Safe and convenient.

If you want it to be transferred by today, RENTAS then. service fee is RM4 to RM9 depending on banks.

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post Dec 20 2011, 11:44 AM


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QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 11:33 AM)
Not need urgent.

Cash out 50k like very scary la sweat.gif

max i hold cash b4 oso not exceed 3k

i discuss wif him la..

so now all suggest bankers cheque is most useful la right
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that's the cheaper and easier just buy the banker's chq and bank into your bro a/c. Settle and kautim. I think u just need to pay RM2.15
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QUOTE(rayng18 @ Dec 20 2011, 11:44 AM)
that's the cheaper and easier just buy the banker's chq and bank into your bro a/c. Settle and kautim. I think u just need to pay RM2.15
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ya banker cheque only rm 2 sth not rm 10... but need others to confirm...
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post Dec 20 2011, 12:29 PM


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If no urgent but want to save kaw-kaw.

Walk to Maybank, draw 5000 through counter and walk to CIMB, bank in.
Repeat 10 times.

Scare get robe, draw 1000 through counter, repeat 50 times

You can save RM2.
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post Dec 20 2011, 12:48 PM


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QUOTE(OneBuck @ Dec 20 2011, 12:29 PM)
If no urgent but want to save kaw-kaw.

Walk to Maybank, draw 5000 through counter and walk to CIMB, bank in.
Repeat 10 times.

Scare get robe, draw 1000 through counter, repeat 50 times

You can save RM2.
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Your time involved is greater than the money saved. doh.gif
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QUOTE(aeiou228 @ Dec 20 2011, 11:37 AM)
You have to list down what is your fund transfer conditions ma, like immediate transfer or not, don't mind paying for real time transfer...etc etc than the forum expert can advice you the best mode of fund transfer.

The cheapest and most convenient method is GIRO transfer at your home bank counter.
RM2 GIRO fee
RM50k transfer no problem.
If you GIRO it before 12pm, the money is good tomorrow. (during working days only)
No need to go to CIMB bank.
Safe and convenient.

If you want it to be transferred by today, RENTAS then. service fee is RM4 to RM9 depending on banks.
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Oh giro oncounter can rm50k then is best la. Cos i not urgent and just 1 the transaction is safe

QUOTE(OneBuck @ Dec 20 2011, 12:29 PM)
If no urgent but want to save kaw-kaw.

Walk to Maybank, draw 5000 through counter and walk to CIMB, bank in.
Repeat 10 times.

Scare get robe, draw 1000 through counter, repeat 50 times

You can save RM2.
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doh.gif

Risk get rob also X 50
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i have around RM10k wan transfer from Maybank to Ambank, and wan transfer Ambank from saving acc >> fixed deposite..how should i do this??

thanks for the post , borrow awhile XD
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QUOTE(iAlien @ Dec 20 2011, 01:30 PM)
i have around RM10k wan transfer from Maybank to Ambank, and wan transfer Ambank from saving acc >> fixed deposite..how should i do this??

thanks for the post , borrow awhile XD
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IBG from maybank to Ambank =RM2, Ambank SA to FD thru online? (if ambank got, i not sure, but Maybank and Public bank have)

copy at other place

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How much bank will charge if I get banker's cheque from them?

So far, these are what I found from their website:
Maybank - RM5.00
CIMB - RM2.00 + stamp duty of RM0.15
Bank Islam - RM1.00 + RM0.15 (stamp duty)
Public Bank - RM2.00 per piece + stamp duty

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QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 10:03 AM)
This seems very dangerous. Is it have to withdraw at the counter then go the CIMB counter to deposit?
Of course there is a risk but i've done this many times myself. Most of the time was because i needed the money urgently. Else, i'll buy a banker's cheque instead.


QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 10:23 AM)
So RENTAS or GIRO is rekomended?

What the difference pros and cons between rentas n giro?

thnx for the help
For your case, RENTAS is recommended. The fee for RENTAS is higher but transfer is done almost real-time and it is the electronic transfer method for a huge sum of money.


QUOTE(skylee18 @ Dec 20 2011, 10:33 AM)
Do banker cheque by paying RM5 then use cheque machine to transfer, It will take immediate effect.
RM5 for a Maybank banker's cheque is right but no. It won't take immediate effect. It will still subject to clearing like any other normal cheques.


QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 10:51 AM)
Just discussion,

if bankers cheque rm10 is it more worth to use rentas? cos only rm9 can save rm1
Banker's Cheque is cheaper actually at only RM5.


QUOTE(cute_boboi @ Dec 20 2011, 11:21 AM)
To risk saving RM10-20, just withdraw 50k cash from MBB, walk over to CIMB use Cash Deposit Machine.
Not cash deposit machine but the counter. It's going to take forever to deposit it through cash deposit machine.


QUOTE(cute_boboi @ Dec 20 2011, 11:21 AM)
For fast inter-bank, use RENTAS. Same day if before 12pm. Next working day if after 12pm.
I understand RENTAS is almost real-time. It means you should get it in the other bank in just a few minutes top.


QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 11:25 AM)
walk over to cimb csash deposit hmm.gif

but when deposit the machine i think can accept max 100 notes duno need do how long
Yes. That is why i suggest you to deposit it over the counter.


QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 11:33 AM)
Not need urgent.

Cash out 50k like very scary la sweat.gif

max i hold cash b4 oso not exceed 3k

i discuss wif him la..

so now all suggest bankers cheque is most useful la right
Since he doesn't need it urgently, banker's cheque is the safest and most money saving method. Maybank will charge you RM5 for the banker's cheque.


QUOTE(aeiou228 @ Dec 20 2011, 11:37 AM)
The cheapest and most convenient method is GIRO transfer at your home bank counter.
RM2 GIRO fee
RM50k transfer no problem.
If you GIRO it before 12pm, the money is good tomorrow. (during working days only)
No need to go to CIMB bank.
Safe and convenient.
Maybank actually allows to transfer such a big sum of money through MEPS IBG at a single MEPS IBG transfer only over the counter ? I wasn't aware of this. Can anyone else please confirm this ? Most banks impose a limit for over the counter MEPS IBG too. Standard Chartered for instance, has a limit of RM5,000 for a single MEPS IBG via its online banking portal and RM9,999 for a single MEPS IBG through the counter. To transfer an amount of money more than RM9,999 in a single day over the counter, you will need to do multiple MEPS IBG.


QUOTE(rayng18 @ Dec 20 2011, 11:44 AM)
that's the cheaper and easier just buy the banker's chq and bank into your bro a/c. Settle and kautim. I think u just need to pay RM2.15
QUOTE(xproc @ Dec 20 2011, 12:14 PM)
ya banker cheque only rm 2 sth not rm 10... but need others to confirm...
For Maybank, it's RM5.


QUOTE(OneBuck @ Dec 20 2011, 12:29 PM)
If no urgent but want to save kaw-kaw.

Walk to Maybank, draw 5000 through counter and walk to CIMB, bank in.
Repeat 10 times.

Scare get robe, draw 1000 through counter, repeat 50 times

You can save RM2.
Might as well withdraw all the money at one go then...


QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 01:06 PM)
Oh giro oncounter can rm50k then is best la. Cos i not urgent and just 1 the transaction is safe
doh.gif

Risk get rob also X 50
Do note that this is not confirmed yet because as far as i am concerned, there is a limit imposed for each MEPS IBG done over the counter too even if you do it at your account holding branch.

Anyway, should you decide to use MEPS IBG (GIRO), may be you can update us if there is a limit for Maybank MEPS IBG (GIRO) done over the counter ?
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ok thnx miles n more

great explanation there notworthy.gif
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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Dec 20 2011, 03:22 PM)
Maybank actually allows to transfer such a big sum of money through MEPS IBG at a single MEPS IBG transfer only over the counter ? I wasn't aware of this. Can anyone else please confirm this ? Most banks impose a limit for over the counter MEPS IBG too. Standard Chartered for instance, has a limit of RM5,000 for a single MEPS IBG via its online banking portal and RM9,999 for a single MEPS IBG through the counter. To transfer an amount of money more than RM9,999 in a single day over the counter, you will need to do multiple MEPS IBG.
For Maybank, it's RM5.
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Yes there is a limit. The limit is RM500,000.00 in one GIRO application form. If you want to GIRO RM1Million, just fill up 2 GIRO form and pay additional RM2. You must go back to your home branch counter though.
Oh, if I still remember correctly, I guess home bank but not home branch also can giro more that 50K for Ex EON.
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QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 04:03 PM)
ok thnx miles n more

great explanation there notworthy.gif
No problem smile.gif


QUOTE(aeiou228 @ Dec 20 2011, 06:02 PM)
Yes there is a limit. The limit is RM500,000.00 in one GIRO application form. If you want to GIRO RM1Million, just fill up 2 GIRO form and pay additional RM2. You must go back to your home branch counter though.
Oh, if I still remember correctly, I guess home bank but not home branch also can giro more that 50K for Ex EON.
Thanks for the confirmation!

So, @WintersuN, there you go, you can transfer your money through MEPS IBG and only pay RM2 for this service.

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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Dec 20 2011, 07:06 PM)
No problem  smile.gif
Thanks for the confirmation!

So, @WintersuN, there you go, you can transfer your money through MEPS IBG and only pay RM2 for this service.
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If the money is for own account transfer, and the amount exceed RM100K, I would rather use Rentas coz it will cost the same as the RM2 GIRO but immediate clearance.
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QUOTE(aeiou228 @ Dec 20 2011, 10:03 PM)
If the money is for own account transfer, and the amount exceed RM100K, I would rather use Rentas coz it will cost the same as the RM2 GIRO but immediate clearance.
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Another informative information! Thanks. thumbup.gif

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QUOTE(MilesAndMore @ Dec 20 2011, 11:07 PM)
Another informative information! Thanks.  thumbup.gif
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Oh I made a mistake. I think I should say " it will cost the same or even cheaper than the RM2 GIRO"
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Just use bankers cheque... Few ringgit charge don't hv to dilly dally la for the amount you are taking out!
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QUOTE(Kaka23 @ Dec 20 2011, 11:20 PM)
Just use bankers cheque... Few ringgit charge don't hv to dilly dally la for the amount you are taking out!
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For TS's case, MEPS IBG or RENTAS is a much wiser choice.

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QUOTE(WintersuN @ Dec 20 2011, 10:03 AM)
This seems very dangerous. Is it have to withdraw at the counter then go the CIMB counter to deposit?

I dun haf cheque cos only use savings account..

WAT is RENTAS?

GIRO will charge me how much? Need do at counter?

thnx
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better don't do this.
I rather pay RM2 x 10 rounds for the insurance.

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whatever u choose TS..please be careful...there r many bad guy out there...
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if it is domestic transfer, RENTAS is the best and fastest.
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