Ask Roland a Question

Hi, I’m the site founder and I will personally answer your question within a business day.

By submitting this question you agree to our privacy policy.

Go Mastercard

9 reviews
points over 12 months Calculate your savings icon

Earn rate per $1

1 point
16.77% Complete (success)
GO Rewards

Bonus points

N/A
% Complete (success)

Annual fee

$0
p.a.
0% Complete (success)

Pros

Take advantage of 12, 18 and 24-month Interest Free payments plans from a range of retailers.

Cons

You have to pay off your full balance at the end of each statement

$5.95 Monthly account servicing fee

$25 once only fee for establishing your account

High interest rates

Go Mastercard

The GO Mastercard offers great options for making interest free purchases and also offers a free rewards program with the chance to earn rewards points at a rate of 1 GO Reward credit card rewards point per $1 spent. Take advantage of 12, 18 and 24-month Interest Free payments plans from a range of retailers.

Key features

  • Up to 55 days interest free on standard purchases
  • 22.74 % p.a. purchase interest rate
  • 29.49 % p.a. on cash advances
  • Take advantage of 12, 18 and 24-month Interest Free payments plans from a range of retailers.
  • One-off $25 establishment fee
  • $5.95 ongoing monthly fee
  • Rates
    36%
  • Fees
    48%
  • Rewards
    25%
  • Customer Service
    43%
  • Value
    44%
56% of customers who have rated this card would recommend it
Overall customer rating 44%
9 reviews

0% Visitor | 5 February 2018

I got this card whilst making purchase at Harvey Norman and took advantage of the card. The good point is the interest free period which you have to note so you make payments before the period. (Good point) The downside is that you will be slugged with a $4.95 account fee plus $0.95c for payment processing fee, every time you make the payment. Personally I would pay off the card in one go but moving houses, I lost track so I was slugged with the above. This card is useful for purchases but ensure you pay off during the interest free period or else the balance can escalate monthly. I would not be recommending this card to keep after you have made the purchase. due to on-going fees with the card.

Does not recommend this card

99% Visitor | 25 January 2018

Funny how everybody complains about Go mastercard. Just read product review. For me they are great because I dont spend money I dont have. I use the card for everyday use as well as paying my bills. The way I use it means that towards the end of the monthly biling cycle I make 1 payment from my bank account to Go mastercard. As an example from Dec 26 2017 to Jan 22 2018 I spent $2300.00 on my Go mastercard. So on the 22nd of Jan 2018 I paid my monthly credit card debt using their online payment. I zero'd my account out. I pay no interest, account fee, bpay fee-nothing. I earn points which allowed me to redeem from a huge list, a gopro4. This is just 1 of multiple items redeemed. If you live off credit you will pay as per the terms and conditions. If you use the card but zero out the balance each month, then for using the card you get rewarded. The real issue from my observations is living beyond your means.

Recommends this card

Interest Rates
Purchase rate 22.74% p.a.
Cash advance rate 29.49% p.a.
Interest free on purchases up to 55 days
Balance Transfer
Credit limits
Minimum credit limit $600
Maximum credit limit $25,000
Fees & repayments
Annual fee $0 p.a.
Additional cardholder fee Up to 9 - $0 p.a.
Cash advance fee 3%
Foreign transaction fee 3%
Late payment fee $30
Credit card type Mastercard
Rewards program
Rewards program GO Rewards GO Rewards
Annual points cap uncapped
Bonus points spend criteria N/A
Earning points with this card
GO Reward points 1 point per $1 spent
Overseas earn rate same as standard earn rate
Points cap per month N/A
Complimentary insurance
Flight inconvenience insurance No
Transport accident cover No
Smartphone screen insurance No
Purchase protection insurance No
Extended warranty insurance No
Rental vehicle excess cover No
Extras
12, 18 and 24-month Interest Free plans from a selected retailers

The GO Mastercard

With this card you get up to 55 days interest free, plus there’s no annual fee to worry about, and you can earn rewards points with stores like Harvey Norman and Domayne. Points are capped at $100,000 per year, but they never expire so you can build them up.

GO Mastercard is a credit card offered by Latitude Financial Services. It is an unusual card in that it has interest free offers open on certain goods, but these goods change from shop to shop. This credit card has a very high interest rate of 22.74% p.a. on purchases and 29.49% p.a. on cash advances and expired promotional purchases. So make sure you don't run a debt on this credit card.

The card grows out of Latitude Financial Services (card formally owned by GE Money) specialty of offering consumer finance to enable shops to sell big items.

There are two offers that are available on the card. The first is a buy now, pay later facility. This means that a customer can choose a good and for a period it never gets added to the GO Mastercard balance and so there is no interest charged during this time and this does not affect the minimum balance on the card.

There is a modified form of the buy now – pay later facility, which are interest free periods. These are also interest free although a client has to maintain minimum payments on this portion of the credit card balance during this time. Any payments that are made during this period are made on the interest free element, so the interest bearing element will be allowed to grow untouched.

These offers are not available on all goods. They are only available in some stores and on some goods. The goods on which they are offered change from store to store.

More than 10,000 stores that accept these cards, distributed over a number of chains. Although there are many different areas of spending in which this card can be used the stores are usually ones that sell big ticket items such as furniture, home improvement items and electrical goods. These are listed in full on the GO Mastercard website.

The Go Mastercard is also a normal credit card as well, offering an Interest free period of up to 55 days. There is also a rewards programme that is free for any card user to join and which centres on a points system for spending.

36 questions (showing the latest 10 Q&As)

Michelle

Michelle

7 February 2019
is it still 55 days interest free if you use to pay your bills or get cash out? Thank you
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    7 February 2019
    Hi Michelle, with cash advances, you are charged interest from day 1. With bill payment you can get up to 55 days interest free. Though interest free days (outside of any promotional interest free days) are only delivered when you pay your balance off in full the previous period.
Sam O'Donohoe

Sam O'Donohoe

4 February 2019
We have a go master card with $30k owing. The interest is causing us financial stress, can you recommend a card with good rates that we get to pay the go master card out with
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    4 February 2019
    Hi Sam, GO Mastercard has very high interest. What is your credit limit on the card? A 30k balance transfer is large and difficult to get. You would need good credit and other metrics that look good. Read our credit card application tips. An offer like the St George Vertigo Platinum could work. It can approve balance transfers up to 32k (if you are approved for a 40k limit). You may just get approved for 20k of the transfer. Though this would still be much better.
Helen

Helen

29 January 2019
i wish to have paperless statements please
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    30 January 2019
    Hi Helen, uou can change your statement delivery preference anytime and save yourself a monthly paper statement fee by receiving online statements. Simply login to the Online Service Centre and follow the instructions under 'Statements'.
Muhammad Kamal

Muhammad Kamal

21 January 2019
I want to activate my new card. Whenever I call I am told to contact after 8:30 am. Could you help?
Cath

Cath

13 January 2019
What is GO MasterCard maximum limit?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    14 January 2019
    Hi Cath, the max credit limit for the Go Mastercard is $25,000
Zubair

Zubair

6 January 2019
Hi Roland, what is the monthly account service fee in Go Mastercard? Their T&Cs say that they'll charge a $5.95 monthly fee if the outstanding balance is greater than $10. Does this apply even if a person pays off his statement balance on a duly basis? If yes, then really sounds like a rip off as during a 60 month so called "interest free" period, a person would end up paying almost $360 in service fee!!! Please correct if I'm wrong. Thanks.
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    7 January 2019
    Hi Zubair, I hear you. If you hold a balance with an interest free purchase. Then they will hit you with the $5.95 a month ($71.40 a year). This basically becomes the annual fee for the card. The Go Mastercard has high fees and very high interest rates. Overall you need to be careful how you use it or you can be hit with high costs.
Monique

Monique

17 December 2018
Hi could you please rell me please how much l can withdraw from an atm with my GO Mastercard please
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    17 December 2018
    Hi Monique, there will be a limit on cash withdrawals from an ATM. It is typically $2,000 a day but this can vary based on your used credit limit and personal settings. You can though go into a bank and pull out up to your credit limit over the counter.
Chris

Chris

13 December 2018
Can they take your balance that is in credit if not used for sometime, i just received a letter from them advising they have now reset my balance to $0 taking my $6.80 of credit. Was in credit to ensure the balance was paid off by the end of the month to avoid further charges
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    13 December 2018
    Hi Chris, they should not be able to unless they provided you with a payment for the credit. In this case, the $6.80. You can reach out Go Mastercard credit card customer service on 1300 462 273.
Susanjanehays73

Susanjanehays73

29 November 2018
What can i do with my points
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    30 November 2018
    Hi Susan, there are no points earning with the Go Mastercard. If you are looking to earn points with your spend have a look at our bonus points section. Beside earning points many have great sign up bonus points offers available.
Nathan bantick

Nathan bantick

21 July 2018
If i was to make an account and be accepted, What for the repayments be if i was to not even use the account and is it possible to deactivate the account or cancell the card as such
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    22 July 2018
    Hi Nathan, the Go Mastercard has no annual fee. Therefore if you don't use the card you would not be charged anything. You can cancel a credit card at any time you have a $0 balance or can pay it to that.
Anna Van Der Meulen

Anna Van Der Meulen

18 July 2018
How do I reset the pin number for my master card?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    18 July 2018
    Hi Anna, give Go Mastercard customer service a call on 1300 462 273
Frij

Frij

27 June 2018
I have 5 different interest free deals currently running on the card and I want to do a cash advance of $9000 and repay this $9000 in 30 days. Can I guarantee that the $9000 repayment will delete ONLY the cash advance portion of the debt after 30 days?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    27 June 2018
    Hi Frij, by law in Australia, any payment made must go off the highest bearing interest amount first. If you have interest free deals running, thus 0%. Then you did a cash advance for the $9,000. Then any amount you pay will go off the $9,000 debt.
Harry Bloembergen

Harry Bloembergen

21 June 2018
How many more payments are left on my account
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    21 June 2018
    Hi Harry, we do not see that information. You will need to contact Go Mastercard credit card customer service on 1300 462 273
Cleo

Cleo

26 May 2018
Hi if I withdraw money from my card to buy a car just say $3000 how much will I be charged on top of that like do we pay monthly interest etc how does it work
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    28 May 2018
    Hi Cleo, if you pull out cash from the Go Mastercard. Then it would be charged at the cash advance rate and interest would start straight away. What may be best is to get a car loan instead. Have a look at www.carloanworld.com.au.
Meghan Hodge

Meghan Hodge

17 May 2018
I have 2x purchasers on my Go card which i am paying off at $100 a fortnight. I would like to know if i take out a cash advance of $600 can i continue to just pay everything off with the $100 a fortnight or does the cash advance need to be paid back within a time frame and is there an interest free period. Thanks Meghan Hodge
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    18 May 2018
    Hi Meghan, there are no interest free days on cash advances. You are hit with the highest interest plus cash advance fee straight away. Any payments will go off the highest interest bearing amount first. Therefore if you had a cash advance, then it would go off that.
Steven Gilder

Steven Gilder

18 March 2018
Please cancel or suspend my credit card as I lost it at 12pm today unable to call as we had a cat 2 cyclone
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    19 March 2018
    Hi Steven, sorry to hear about the bad weather. Please reach out to Go Mastercard customer service ASAP as cancel the card. 1300 462 273. We are a credit card comparison site so can not action this type of request ourselves. Hope all is ok after the storm.
  • Be over 18 years old
  • Good credit and not applied for multiple credit cards recently
  • Australian permanent resident
  • You have your personal details ready to complete the online application
Go Mastercard
Go Mastercard

Latitude Financial Services Credit Cards

Go Mastercard

14 December 2018

Points Earn Rate (per $1 spent)

1

point

GO Reward

Rewards Program

GO Rewards

Bonus Points

N/A

0 points over 12 months spend

My monthly card spend

Go Mastercard

The GO Mastercard offers great options for making interest free purchases and also offers a free rewards program with the chance to earn rewards points at a rate of 1 GO Reward credit card rewards point per $1 spent. Take advantage of 12, 18 and 24-month Interest Free payments plans from a range of retailers.

Key features

  • Up to 55 days interest free on standard purchases
  • 22.74 % p.a. purchase interest rate
  • 29.49 % p.a. on cash advances
  • Take advantage of 12, 18 and 24-month Interest Free payments plans from a range of retailers.
  • One-off $25 establishment fee
  • $5.95 ongoing monthly fee

Customer Reviews

Go Mastercard

44% rating based on 9 reviews

Rates
Fees
Rewards
Customer Service
Value

Rates & Fees

Interest rates

Purchase rate 22.74% p.a.

Cash advance rate 29.49% p.a.

Interest free on purchases up to 55 days

Credit limits

Minimum credit limt $600

Maximum credit limit $25,000

Fees & repayments

Annual fee $0 p.a.

Additional card holder fee Up to 9 - $0 p.a.

Foreign transaction fee 3%

Minimum repayment

Cash advance fee 3%

Late payment fee $30

Rewards & points

Rewards program

Rewards Program GO Rewards GO Rewards

Bonus points N/A

Annual points cap uncapped

Bonus points spend criteria N/A

Earning points with this card

GO Reward pointsGO Reward points 1 point per $1 spent

Points cap per month N/A

Overseas earn rateOverseas earn rate same as standard earn rate

Additional features

Complimentary insurance

Overseas travel insurance No

Flight inconvenience insurance No

Transport accident cover No

Smartphone Screen Insurance No

Purchase protection insurance No

Extended warranty insurance No

Rental vehicle excess cover No

Extras

12, 18 and 24-month Interest Free plans from a selected retailers

Our Review

Editor Review

The GO Mastercard

With this card you get up to 55 days interest free, plus there’s no annual fee to worry about, and you can earn rewards points with stores like Harvey Norman and Domayne. Points are capped at $100,000 per year, but they never expire so you can build them up.

GO Mastercard is a credit card offered by Latitude Financial Services. It is an unusual card in that it has interest free offers open on certain goods, but these goods change from shop to shop. This credit card has a very high interest rate of 22.74% p.a. on purchases and 29.49% p.a. on cash advances and expired promotional purchases. So make sure you don't run a debt on this credit card.

The card grows out of Latitude Financial Services (card formally owned by GE Money) specialty of offering consumer finance to enable shops to sell big items.

There are two offers that are available on the card. The first is a buy now, pay later facility. This means that a customer can choose a good and for a period it never gets added to the GO Mastercard balance and so there is no interest charged during this time and this does not affect the minimum balance on the card.

There is a modified form of the buy now – pay later facility, which are interest free periods. These are also interest free although a client has to maintain minimum payments on this portion of the credit card balance during this time. Any payments that are made during this period are made on the interest free element, so the interest bearing element will be allowed to grow untouched.

These offers are not available on all goods. They are only available in some stores and on some goods. The goods on which they are offered change from store to store.

More than 10,000 stores that accept these cards, distributed over a number of chains. Although there are many different areas of spending in which this card can be used the stores are usually ones that sell big ticket items such as furniture, home improvement items and electrical goods. These are listed in full on the GO Mastercard website.

The Go Mastercard is also a normal credit card as well, offering an Interest free period of up to 55 days. There is also a rewards programme that is free for any card user to join and which centres on a points system for spending.

Pros

  • Take advantage of 12, 18 and 24-month Interest Free payments plans from a range of retailers.

Cons

  • You have to pay off your full balance at the end of each statement
  • $5.95 Monthly account servicing fee
  • $25 once only fee for establishing your account
  • High interest rates

Minimum criteria to apply for this card

  • Be over 18 years old

  • Good Credit and have not applied for multiple credit cards recently

  • Australian permanent resident

  • You have your personal details ready to complete the online application

Customer reviews

0%

CreditCard.com.au Visitor

5 February 2018

I got this card whilst making purchase at Harvey Norman and took advantage of the card. The good point is the interest free period which you have to note so you make payments before the period. (Good point) The downside is that you will be slugged with a $4.95 account fee plus $0.95c for payment processing fee, every time you make the payment. Personally I would pay off the card in one go but moving houses, I lost track so I was slugged with the above. This card is useful for purchases but ensure you pay off during the interest free period or else the balance can escalate monthly. I would not be recommending this card to keep after you have made the purchase. due to on-going fees with the card.

Does not recommend this card
99%

CreditCard.com.au Visitor

25 January 2018

Funny how everybody complains about Go mastercard. Just read product review. For me they are great because I dont spend money I dont have. I use the card for everyday use as well as paying my bills. The way I use it means that towards the end of the monthly biling cycle I make 1 payment from my bank account to Go mastercard. As an example from Dec 26 2017 to Jan 22 2018 I spent $2300.00 on my Go mastercard. So on the 22nd of Jan 2018 I paid my monthly credit card debt using their online payment. I zero'd my account out. I pay no interest, account fee, bpay fee-nothing. I earn points which allowed me to redeem from a huge list, a gopro4. This is just 1 of multiple items redeemed. If you live off credit you will pay as per the terms and conditions. If you use the card but zero out the balance each month, then for using the card you get rewarded. The real issue from my observations is living beyond your means.

Recommends this card
10%

CreditCard.com.au Visitor

9 May 2017

Fundamentally unethical company. This credit card product will get you in a tight spot and you'll unwillingly end up paying more fees than anticipated. Eg: 1) $0.95 payment handling fees for paying account via BPay. (Which company charges fees for receiving money via BPay?) 2) If you decide to make payment via GoMasterCard portal (user login), you can only do it once in 2-3 days, i.e. cannot pay additional money in second/third instalment until the first payment has been completely processed and goMastercard has received funds. Does it make sense? Not really. It’s more to force customer to make payments via BPay so they can charge fees or make them pay interest / fees on the outstanding payments. ) This product has attractive features but they are solely BAIT and that’s it. My recommendation don’t.

Does not recommend this card
10%

CreditCard.com.au Visitor

29 July 2016

I would be weary of this card, as they now have a $0.95 Payment Handling fee every time you pay off your GoMastercard.

Does not recommend this card
68%

CreditCard.com.au Visitor

28 January 2013

Gives you 62 days interest free on purchases - much more than other cards I\'ve seen. You can earn points when you spend and you don\'t have to pay an annual fee. Works out well as a card as long as you don\'t mind paying off your whole balance at the end of the month.

Recommends this card
Roland B Bleyer

Roland B Bleyer founded creditcard.com.au in 2005 and has extensive knowledge about credit cards. He personally answers all questions and write the editor reviews for each card here. Always keen to share his passion to educate consumers and help you select better suited credit cards.

Recently Asked Question

Something you need to know about this card? Ask a our credit card expert a question.

36 questions (showing the latest 10 Q&As)

Michelle

Michelle

7 February 2019
is it still 55 days interest free if you use to pay your bills or get cash out? Thank you
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    7 February 2019
    Hi Michelle, with cash advances, you are charged interest from day 1. With bill payment you can get up to 55 days interest free. Though interest free days (outside of any promotional interest free days) are only delivered when you pay your balance off in full the previous period.
Sam O'Donohoe

Sam O'Donohoe

4 February 2019
We have a go master card with $30k owing. The interest is causing us financial stress, can you recommend a card with good rates that we get to pay the go master card out with
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    4 February 2019
    Hi Sam, GO Mastercard has very high interest. What is your credit limit on the card? A 30k balance transfer is large and difficult to get. You would need good credit and other metrics that look good. Read our credit card application tips. An offer like the St George Vertigo Platinum could work. It can approve balance transfers up to 32k (if you are approved for a 40k limit). You may just get approved for 20k of the transfer. Though this would still be much better.
Helen

Helen

29 January 2019
i wish to have paperless statements please
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    30 January 2019
    Hi Helen, uou can change your statement delivery preference anytime and save yourself a monthly paper statement fee by receiving online statements. Simply login to the Online Service Centre and follow the instructions under 'Statements'.
Muhammad Kamal

Muhammad Kamal

21 January 2019
I want to activate my new card. Whenever I call I am told to contact after 8:30 am. Could you help?
Cath

Cath

13 January 2019
What is GO MasterCard maximum limit?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    14 January 2019
    Hi Cath, the max credit limit for the Go Mastercard is $25,000
Zubair

Zubair

6 January 2019
Hi Roland, what is the monthly account service fee in Go Mastercard? Their T&Cs say that they'll charge a $5.95 monthly fee if the outstanding balance is greater than $10. Does this apply even if a person pays off his statement balance on a duly basis? If yes, then really sounds like a rip off as during a 60 month so called "interest free" period, a person would end up paying almost $360 in service fee!!! Please correct if I'm wrong. Thanks.
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    7 January 2019
    Hi Zubair, I hear you. If you hold a balance with an interest free purchase. Then they will hit you with the $5.95 a month ($71.40 a year). This basically becomes the annual fee for the card. The Go Mastercard has high fees and very high interest rates. Overall you need to be careful how you use it or you can be hit with high costs.
Monique

Monique

17 December 2018
Hi could you please rell me please how much l can withdraw from an atm with my GO Mastercard please
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    17 December 2018
    Hi Monique, there will be a limit on cash withdrawals from an ATM. It is typically $2,000 a day but this can vary based on your used credit limit and personal settings. You can though go into a bank and pull out up to your credit limit over the counter.
Chris

Chris

13 December 2018
Can they take your balance that is in credit if not used for sometime, i just received a letter from them advising they have now reset my balance to $0 taking my $6.80 of credit. Was in credit to ensure the balance was paid off by the end of the month to avoid further charges
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    13 December 2018
    Hi Chris, they should not be able to unless they provided you with a payment for the credit. In this case, the $6.80. You can reach out Go Mastercard credit card customer service on 1300 462 273.
Susanjanehays73

Susanjanehays73

29 November 2018
What can i do with my points
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    30 November 2018
    Hi Susan, there are no points earning with the Go Mastercard. If you are looking to earn points with your spend have a look at our bonus points section. Beside earning points many have great sign up bonus points offers available.
Nathan bantick

Nathan bantick

21 July 2018
If i was to make an account and be accepted, What for the repayments be if i was to not even use the account and is it possible to deactivate the account or cancell the card as such
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    22 July 2018
    Hi Nathan, the Go Mastercard has no annual fee. Therefore if you don't use the card you would not be charged anything. You can cancel a credit card at any time you have a $0 balance or can pay it to that.
Anna Van Der Meulen

Anna Van Der Meulen

18 July 2018
How do I reset the pin number for my master card?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    18 July 2018
    Hi Anna, give Go Mastercard customer service a call on 1300 462 273
Frij

Frij

27 June 2018
I have 5 different interest free deals currently running on the card and I want to do a cash advance of $9000 and repay this $9000 in 30 days. Can I guarantee that the $9000 repayment will delete ONLY the cash advance portion of the debt after 30 days?
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    27 June 2018
    Hi Frij, by law in Australia, any payment made must go off the highest bearing interest amount first. If you have interest free deals running, thus 0%. Then you did a cash advance for the $9,000. Then any amount you pay will go off the $9,000 debt.
Harry Bloembergen

Harry Bloembergen

21 June 2018
How many more payments are left on my account
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    21 June 2018
    Hi Harry, we do not see that information. You will need to contact Go Mastercard credit card customer service on 1300 462 273
Cleo

Cleo

26 May 2018
Hi if I withdraw money from my card to buy a car just say $3000 how much will I be charged on top of that like do we pay monthly interest etc how does it work
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    28 May 2018
    Hi Cleo, if you pull out cash from the Go Mastercard. Then it would be charged at the cash advance rate and interest would start straight away. What may be best is to get a car loan instead. Have a look at www.carloanworld.com.au.
Meghan Hodge

Meghan Hodge

17 May 2018
I have 2x purchasers on my Go card which i am paying off at $100 a fortnight. I would like to know if i take out a cash advance of $600 can i continue to just pay everything off with the $100 a fortnight or does the cash advance need to be paid back within a time frame and is there an interest free period. Thanks Meghan Hodge
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    18 May 2018
    Hi Meghan, there are no interest free days on cash advances. You are hit with the highest interest plus cash advance fee straight away. Any payments will go off the highest interest bearing amount first. Therefore if you had a cash advance, then it would go off that.
Steven Gilder

Steven Gilder

18 March 2018
Please cancel or suspend my credit card as I lost it at 12pm today unable to call as we had a cat 2 cyclone
    Roland B Bleyer - CreditCard.com.au Founder

    Roland

    19 March 2018
    Hi Steven, sorry to hear about the bad weather. Please reach out to Go Mastercard customer service ASAP as cancel the card. 1300 462 273. We are a credit card comparison site so can not action this type of request ourselves. Hope all is ok after the storm.

Similar Credit Cards

Help us improve

By submitting this feedback you agree to our privacy policy.

My credit card is not listed

By submitting this form you agree to our privacy policy.